Sig Sauer is releasing a revised version of the Rattler pistol chambered in .300 Blackout. At a quick glance, we're only seeing a change to the design of the brace.
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
Back in May we mentioned that Sig was going to be releasing the P938 and P238 in Legion flavors. Today they started taking dealer orders on both models and they've released product sheets on them.
The features of the two new Legions were pretty predictable. They're very much like the SAS versions but with all the Legion treatment including magazine wells (which neither the P238 or P938 have featured in the past). Continue reading
Sig has started shipping a small quantity of P320 M17 pistols (commercial variant with manual safety) to their reps and we were able to get our hands on one for some photos and video. We'll post the video next week once we finish editing but today we've got a pretty extensive set of photos to share.
We tried to provide some comparisons between the standard M17 and a P320 FDE to show the color differences. The part number of this M17 is 320F-9-M17. You can see pricing and sign up for stock notification on our M17 product page.
Feel free to post any questions and we'll do our best to provide answers.
Sig Sauer released a new variation of the M400 family today called the M400 Tread. The rifle has a 16" stainless steel barrel (1 in 8" twist), 15" free float MLOK hand guard, ambidextrous controls, single stage polished / hard-coat trigger, mid-length gas system and Magpul SL-K stock.
News is just breaking that US Special Operations Command has signed a contract with Sig Sauer to upgrade their M4A1's to PDW's with Sig Sauer's Rattler conversion kit. The complete Sig MCX Rattler is shown above.
From Defense Blog:
A new framework deal for the acquisition of the Suppressed Upper Receiver Group (SURG) has been signed by the Sig Sauer company and the U.S. Special Operations Command, officials said on 27 July. Continue reading
We just received this press release from Sig Sauer.
SIG SAUER P320 X-Carry to Become the Standard Service Pistol for the Danish Ministry of Defense
Newington, N.H. (June 25, 2018) – SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the Danish Ministry of Defense (MoD) has selected the SIG SAUER P320 X-Carry to replace their standard service pistol covering the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Special Operations Command (SOCOM). The Danish MoD is the ministry within the Danish government charged with ensuring peace and security, both nationally and internationally, and is comprised of the Danish armed forces, the Danish Defense Intelligence Service, and the Danish Emergency Management Agency. Continue reading
We've recently been able to order and expect to receive a variety of P365 related parts.
There are quite a few reasons to have spare parts available, perhaps most importantly in the event that the firearm becomes discontinued. This is not likely anytime soon with the P365 but we did recently have a customer needing spare parts for his Sig 556 variant (non -XI 556) and we could barely locate any parts.
Here are the parts that will be available very soon: Continue reading
Phil Strader, of Sig Sauer, put out some frequently asked questions and answers for the P365. These seem to be recurring inquiries.Hello all,P365 production is still increasing as we continue to build capacity to meet incredible demand. We have shipped tens of thousands of P365s with overwhelmingly positive responses not only from our commercial customers, but from law enforcement and professional end users around the world. In my 25 years of law enforcement and industry experience, I have rarely seen this level of excitement and positive reception around any single firearm. Although there have been a limited number of striker and trigger return spring issues with this new platform, our return rates for these two parts are still extremely low…approximately 0.25% combined, which we believe is below industry standards for any type of return.The P365 has received an unprecedented amount of praise and activity both in social and traditional media. However, in the age of the internet, readers are sometimes exposed to grossly inflated or even non-existent issues. To address some of these concerns, we have compiled the most prevalent questions we’re seeing online and in our customer service department.