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From SIG SAUER . . .

SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the first expansion of the CROSS rifle with the introduction of the CROSS-PRS that delivers match grade features fine-tuned for precision accuracy.


“This launch is an exciting series of firsts for SIG – this is the first expansion of our popular CROSS rifle and the first rifle we’ve built specifically for long range, precision rifle competition,” began Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc.

“The CROSS-PRS is purpose built and feature rich. The heavy structured steel design delivers weight evenly for a balanced feel while reducing recoil to get you back on target faster.  Combined with the extreme accuracy of the heavy contour 5R rifled barrel, and folding adjustable steel stock for easy movement, the CROSS-PRS delivers an extremely capable long-range shooting experience that scores big on the range, right out of the box.”

The SIG SAUER CROSS-PRS features a precision free-floating 24” stainless heavy contour 5R barrel fitted to a one-piece aluminum receiver, a steel frame fully adjustable folding stock, a two-piece free floating M-LOK handguard that comes equipped with a steel arca rail for quick and easy attachment of bipods in a Cerakote Elite Concrete finish.


Additional features include a two-stage match-grade trigger that can be adjusted from 2.5 to 4.5lbs, forward angle PRS style grips, thumb rest selector, and an ambidextrous paddle magazine release.  The CROSS-PRS is available in 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Win, ships with (2) AICS pattern magazines and is optimized for use with the SIG SLH Suppressors and SIERRA6BDX Riflescopes.


Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor / 308 Win
Overall length: 44.5 inches
Overall height: 8 Inches
Overall width: 2.9 inches
Barrel length: 24 inches
Barrel twist: 1:8in / 1:10in
Weight (w/magazine): 14.1 lbs.
Trigger Pull 2.5 – 4.5 lb.
Price: $2499.99

The SIG SAUER CROSS-PRS is now shipping and available at retailers.  To learn more about the SIG SAUER CROSS-PRS or to watch the product video visit

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  1. 14.1 pounds. I assume that doesn’t cover the scope. So this is strictly a bench rifle. Interesting look for a bolt gun. This and the rifle from the ebike package has got my attention for non traditional bolt guns. I like the looks.

    • While 14.1 pounds is quite heavy, thats pretty light for a PRS rig. I have seen people compete with 20 pound rifles that shot 6mm bullets. Its silly to the point of not being worth it to watch.

      • I love shooting. I love guns of all types. I’m a history buff. I can talk about guns and their use and their history all day long.

        But watching shooting matches bores me nearly as much as watching golf.

        • The only match I like to watch is the black powder cartridge rifle matches. Absolutely witchcraft.

        • It wasn’t a meet but I watched an old guy with a matchlock musket at a local range once. Absolutely attention getting. He was averaging one shot per minute.

  2. I read this article and thought that rifle looks like a precision piece of machinery that I can appreciate, but have little real world use for. Then I read a couple of the comments. That put me in mind of Jack. I used to shoot with and compete against Jack. We shot USPCA style rules before there was USPCA. Anyway, Jack could walk, but he was handicapped and approaching retirement. He was also very competitive and a little frustrated that he didn’t do better. He also loved to shoot. Jack continued to shoot with us a little, but got into benchrest too. Where he did very well. Whatever keeps the smell of burnt powder in your nose.

  3. That’s why I say we have no hope for change except by force. This country has been taken over by corrupt politicians for over 45 years. Everyone one that in government from the past 45 years has baggage. They all need to be put on trial and investigated.i do home work ….. 𝐰𝐨𝐫𝐤𝐬𝐜𝐥𝐢𝐜𝐤.𝐜𝐨𝐦

  4. So can somebody tell me what advatage this heap of unnessesary complicatiion has over a Lee-Enfield T Model [ which will cost you in the region of $US 30 grand and climbing] the equivalent?? And they weighed in at just over 10lbs with a scope and ten rounds This thing is within spitting distance of a BREN GUN . [without it’s full mag] and if you’ve ever carried one of them mothers And I bloody well have! and was an instructor on them among other things] Why do the American Gun Freaks ALWAYS fall for the latest over engineered crap. One thing it will NOT do is make you a better shot. All things being equal I’d be willing to bet that in my own [UK and now in my mid 80’s] heyday I’d have been able to shoot the ballsock off most US gun freaks with a Lee-Enfield .303 and did far more than once against US Service personnel.
    Under strict range conditions [at BISLEY] I could hit the 18 inch ‘bull’ five times out of ten and very seldom went outside the MAGPIE at 600 yards and I scored ‘possibles’ regularly with IRON SIGHTS. In those days we were taught proper MUSKETRY.
    In fact as a member of the ARMY CADET FORCE I qualified to UK Infantry Marksman Standard at 16 with both the .303 Lee-Enfield and the BREN LMG.

    • Cool story, bro.
      We’re still not subjects, so when we want to know how to deal with the weight of those shackles resting upon your shoulders, we’ll ask.


  6. Sounds like a great rifle, though it probably has limited uses due to the weight. Think I’ll just keep my Weathrby Mark V varmint master.
    26inch cryo treated bull barrel and an great factory trigger. Just as accurate today as it was when I brought it 25 years ago.
    It’s little brother in .223 is pretty awesome too.

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