SIG Sauer, a full range of hot firearms for 2020

SIG Sauer P210 Carry

Girl with the SIG Sauer P210 Carry
The "duty" look of the new P210 Carry. This is still a prototype.

What they showed in Las Vegas was actually little more than a prototype. But it was enough to send warm thrills up ad down SIG fans' spine. The new 9mm P210 Carry is based on the P210 Target, itself an iteration of the legendary and venerable P210 that since 1947 is a point of reference for quality and accuracy. With an aggressive matte blued “duty” finish, black G10 grips, SigLite tritium night sights, and a 4.1” barrel (the P210 Target's barrel is 5”), the P210 Carry is the “bad guy” version of this great classic. The new model also features an 8+1 round magazine, aluminum frame, front and rear slide serrations and rounded edges for a more comfortable carry – which further enhances its intended use. Only drawback, you'll have to wait till mid-2020 before it becomes available. Price will be in the 1300 USD range. 

SIG Sauer P320 RXP

SIG Sauer P320 RXP
The P320 RXP series feature a a factory-installed ROMEO1PRO reflex optic. Here, the XCompact version.

SIG's “red dot revolution” takes the form of the newly introduced P320 RXP series 9mm pistols. Available in no less than four version – Full-Size, Compact, XFULL, and XCOMPACT – RXP pistols sport a factory-installed ROMEO1PRO reflex optic. “The number one barrier to universal adoption of the red dot in the commercial market is the installation and zeroing of the optic on the pistol,” explains Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc.  “SIG SAUER is the only manufacturer in the firearms industry that can truly integrate a firearm and an optic into a single system right from the factory to completely eliminate the installation hesitation of the red dot.” .

The P320 RXP Full-Size and Compact Series Pistols are striker-fired pistols featuring  suppressor height backup sights, ambidextrous slide catch lever, reversible magazine catch, and a modular polymer grip module. The P320 XFULL and XCOMPACT RXP add to this the XSERIES features including X-RAY3 Day/Night suppressor height backup sights, XSERIES grip module with improved ergonomics, flat trigger for a clean 90 degree break, NITRON XSERIES Slide, and extended ambidextrous slide catch lever. 17-round or 10-round stainless steel magazines are available for the full size versions, and compact RXP pistols come with 15-round magazine or 10-round stainless steel magazines. Barrel length is 4.7 for both P320 RXP Full Size and XFULL versions, 3.9 for the P320 Compact RXP, and 3.6 for the  XCOMPACT RXP.

As for the optic, the SIG Sauer ROMEO1PRO Open Reflex 6MOA sight comes with 12 brightness settings and the TruHold Lockless Zeroing System designed to endure recoil and return to zero shot after shot. housed in aircraft-grade aluminum to prevent corrosion, the optic is IPX-7 waterproof rated. Moreover, the ROMEO1PRO's molded glass aspheric lens with high-performance coatings also allows for superior light transmittance and zero distortion.

SIG Sauer Cross rifle and .277 Fury cartridge

SIG Cross rifle .277 Fury 
SIG Cross, the "crossover" rifle. With it, also comes the new .277 Fury hybrid-cased cartridge.

We already introduced the first SIG Sauer precision bolt-action hunting rifle manufactured in the USA, the Cross, and its new, innovative hybrid-cased .277 Fury cartridge ( read here the full article ). Suffice to say that the SIG Sauer Cross has been conceived as a “crossover” rifle featuring the characteristics of a hunting rifle, with the accuracy of a precision rifle.

In particular, it features a foldable SIG precision stock and a one-piece aluminum receive r that eliminates the need for bedding the action. Available in in 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Win, it's also chambered in the soon-to-be-released 277 SIG Fury hybrid-cased cartridge. The .277 Fury features a  steel base with a brass case and offers increased penetration at greater distances. 

SIG Sauer P320-M18

A lot has already been written on the new US armed forces 9mm service pistol, the P320-17 , and its compact version, the P320-M18 . In case you missed anything, they are based on the modular system of SIG Sauer P320, a polymer striker-fired concept. With their interchangeable backstraps, the P-320 M17 and M18 are the first “modular” pistols in the US military. Now, for the joy of its fans, after the M17 , SIG Sauer has made the M18 available to the civilian market too.

M400 Tread pistol

The SIG Sauer M400 Tread Pistol
The M400 Tread Pistol features a 11.5 barrel version and a Shockwave brace.

With the claim “all the features, all the freedom – none of the compromises”, the M400 Tread Pistol is the 11.5 barrel version of SIG's acclaimed AR-platform rifle , which means a direct impingement gas operating system with a rotating locking bolt. The M400 Tread series is a family high-quality rifles with an affordable price tag. Featuring an aluminum free floating M-LOK handguard, ambidextrous controls and chambered in 5.56x45mm like its longer siblings, the M400 Tread Pistol is equipped with an adjustable Shockwave brace. The single stage trigger is polished and hardened. 

SIG Sauer P365XL ROMEO Zero

P365XL ROMEO Zero: the evolution of the micro-compact now comes with a factory-installed ROMEO Zero reflex optic.

When we first wrote about the SIG P365XL here on, we described it as the evolution of the micro-compact. It combines in fact the capacity, control, and shootability of a full-size 9mm pistol with the concealability of a micro-compact – thanks to a patented modified double-stack design, magazine capacity is 12 rounds, and 15-round magazines are available too. 

The new P365XL ROMEO Zero comes with – you guessed it – a ROMEO Zero reflex optic already installed and zeroed, further extending its capabilities. Optimized for everyday carry, the ROMEO Zero sports a textured polymer body and the Spectracoat HD Polymer lens system (with ten times the impact resistance of traditional glass lenses) for rapid target acquisition. It can be configured in 8 daytime illumination levels and uses the MOTAC (Motion Activated Illumination System) that powers up when it senses motion and powers down when it does not to save battery.

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