Sig Sauer just released a new MPX variant called the Copperhead!
From Sig's press release:
“The MPX Copperhead considerably reduces the length, width, and size of the MPX platform making it the most compact addition to the MPX family of firearms,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The Copperhead is the perfect combination of the features and performance our consumers expect from a SIG MPX in a compact package.” Continue reading
Sig is releasing a new MPX called the PCC Rifle. We'll post more details or ordering information as it becomes available.
- Free-Floating Ergonomic Slim Line M-LOK Handguard
- Timney Single Stage MPX Trigger
- 5-Position Folding Telescoping Stock
- True 16” Threaded Barrel
- 3-Chamber Compensator
- Ambidextrous Controls
SKU#: RMPX-16B-9 Continue reading
We just received word that Sig Sauer is releasing a variety of new firearms based on existing lines. Also coming are some new accessories.
Something that stands out is the addition of keymod rails on various rifles as well as the MPX. Sig is using -km in the part number to denote keymod. Also note that the MPX Carbine is official (16" barrel).
Interestingly the P226 9mm Equinox is back on the list. That pistol was available for order in 2014 and then pulled from the first 2015 price list but is now back on the most recent price list.
Also coming are gray P320 / P250 grip shells!
Prices listed are MSRP. Continue reading
We received an alert from our Sig Sauer rep yesterday advising against changing the trigger on the MPX. There seems to be an issue caused by the removal of the trigger bridge which will lead to extra wear and reduce the life of the components. Removing that bridge will void the warranty.
Below is the messaging and illustration I received: Continue reading
Below are some additional videos from our visit to Sig Sauer's Range Day event at SHOT Show 2015.
P320 SubCompact 9mm
P250 Compact .22 LR
P220 Chambered in 10mm
I, by the grace of God, am not a lawyer, but according to Guns.com, it sounds like Sig and the ATF have agreed to a time when they'll agree if the muzzle brake on an MPX is a suppressor or not.
A timeline has been set for gun maker SIG Sauer to settle a dispute with federal regulators for classifying its product as a silencer instead of a muzzle brake.
Although a date for a ruling has not been scheduled, both SIG and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agreed on deadlines for final arguments, according to court documents obtained by Guns.com.
Over the past few weeks, Sig Sauer's been hinting at some cool stuff coming our way very soon. First off, it's no secret that Sig has hired Kevin Brittingham, formerly of Advanced Armament Corporation. AAC is/was known for a) ridiculously cool guns and b) ridiculously cool silencers*/suppressors, so it makes sense that Sig is coming out with much the same things.
And they are.
The MCX takes the MPX to new levels, and our friends at The Firearm Blog got to shoot one earlier this year and were very impressed with how it shot. We'll have more on this gun later in the year, so stay tuned.
And suppressors! Did we mention suppressors!? Take a look at what Sig posted on Instagram earlier this month:
"SIG SAUER is bringing the best silencers ever produced to market. SIG hired the founder and lead engineer from #aac. The new #sigsilencers are the next generation."
But what's suppressor without somewhere to put it? As we reported earlier, it looks like the Designated Marksman Rifle is going on a diet and turning itself into a lean, mean shooting machine.
Word on the street is that this gun will come it at around 9 pounds without an optic, and unless we miss our guess (and we're pretty good at guessing) that's a quick-detach suppressor mount on the front of that gun.
As far as handguns go, look for more additions to the P320 line, along with this interesting critter designed to meet the Army's requirements for a modular pistol.
According to the Military Times, it has an ambidextrous thumb safety with a 1911-esque thumb shelf, as well as a slide release lever that is smaller, angled more forward than a stock 320, along with a loaded chamber indicator and a bunch of other tweaks.
We'll have more updates on what else is coming out from Sig Sauer this year, so stay tuned.
* Hiram Maxim, the guy who invented the darn things, called them "silencers" on the patent application. Look, I know and you know they don't actually "silence" the gun, but that was his name for it and he invented it, and let's just roll with that for now.