Sig Sauer just started shipping their new 2020 catalogs and we received a few today!
We sliced one up and ran it through our scanner so that we could share it with you!
There are a few new models we didn’t see previously and are in the new catalog!
First is the XCarry Tacops (320XCA-9-13AXR3-TACOPS-TB). This model features XRay3 night sights and the rear sight is adjustable. It has an X-Series grip with magazine well and threaded barrel.
Military Times posted this week about a new Sig P365 XL variant called the XLRX. We assumed Sig would release an XL with Romeo1 preinstalled and it looks like it is coming in the near future.
The P365 XL has the optics cut but for anyone that doesn’t yet own the XL (but wants an optic) the pre-configured package will likely be cheaper.
We reached out to our Sig Sauer representative today to see if there was any news directly from Sig and we are told that nothing has been disseminated to the reps yet.
Given the expected price of the RomeoZero at roughly $200.00, we should see the packaged pistol / RomeoZero less than the combined selling price of that and the XL (the XL itself is $579.99). If they simply add the two together, the price would be $779.99.
We will post updates to this post / page as new information becomes available.
This has been a pretty exciting week for Sig Sauer products! We saw the release of the P365 XL and P320 XFive Legion.
We received news today that we’re going to be seeing new P320 X-Compact Grip Modules. The only caveat is that at this time, we can only obtain them for sale via the Armed Professional Program. If you aren’t familiar with the Armed Professional Program, this is Sig’s law enforcement / first responder program. Continue reading
Sig Sauer is releasing a revised version of the Sig MCX Rattler pistol chambered in .300 Blackout. At a quick glance, we’re only seeing a change to the design of the brace.
The old Rattler pistol had part number PMCX-300B-5B-TAP-PSB. The new Rattler has part number PMCX-300B-5B-TAP (UPC is 798681600182). 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
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 got our hands on a very odd Sig P226 this week!
This P226 has a full length dust cover which makes it much different from most other Sig pistols. Additionally, it has a some pretty desirable features:
- Skeletonized hammer
- Short reset trigger
- Stainless frame (total weight without magazine is 39.5oz)
- Flared decocker lever (looks like the one used on the P226 X5 All Around)
- Oversized slide release / slide stop lever (at a quick glance looks much like the ones used on the X-Series)
- Adjustable rear sight
- Fiber optic front sight
- Triple serial numbered (serial on slide, barrel, and frame)
- Heavy barrel (15mm)
- Ships with 3x 17rd MecGar magazines
- Frame marked US17 and part number: E26R-9-BAS-LDC-DE Continue reading
We learned back in June that Sig was going to be producing a US manufactured P225. We didn’t know at the time exact specifics, ship dates, or exactly what features it would have. We know now!
Sig Sauer has started shipping a revised version of the MPX-P-9-PSB, the pistol with side folding buffer tube adapter and pistol brace attached. Continue reading