SIG SAUER has updated the MCX line: new M- LOK rail, QD mounts and tapered barrel design. The redesigned M-LOK hand-guard system allows for easier access to the gas adjuster from the sides and front. Although the hand-guard is not compatible with previous generation MCX SBRs and pistols it’s . . .
extremely easy to remove. Push a pin and pull it off. You can adjust the two position gas adjuster by hand, with a screw driver from the top or a bullet.
On the heavier carbine calibers SIG featured the SIG716 G2 DMR in 6.5 Creedmor and 7.62 NATO. The AR features a gas piston system, integrated hand-guard to pic rail, Magpul PRS stock and the proprietary SIG Match Duo trigger.
If you want a complete SIG firearm down to the stock, SIG offers the M400 SDI line for rifles in several editions including a Kyle Lamb (VTAC) carbine.The carbine is also fully ambidextrous with a very convenient right-sided bolt release.
Tacticool man-killers, whoop de doo.
So the exact same hand-guard removal system on the ACR from about 10 years ago, how innovative Sig… Coming in 2019 quick change barrels!!!
They’ve been using that handguard system since the MCX first came out, doofus. Same gun that launched with quick-change barrels.
Why no coverage on their new model pistol red dot sight?
Please go back to the Sig booth and ask them for details on the unreleased red dot seen in the pictures here;
We will see what we can find out. Thanks.
SIG DI GUNS: Expect M4 Barrels hidden under a handguard with a carbine gas system. How low end is that…
Loves me some 716.
I only hate them for the 6.5 Creedmore, and by hate, I mean angry with SIG for verifying any shortcomings that may be evident in my disposable income.