Posted February 11, 2016 12:18 am by Comments

By Ammoland

SIG SAUER MCX Rifle in the Sand

By Mike Searson
SIG SAUER MCX Rifle Review and field test.

SIG SAUER MCX Rifle in the Sand
SIG SAUER MCX Rifle Folded
SIG SAUER MCX Rifle Folded
Mike Searson
Mike Searson

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- We were recently offered a rifle to test from SIG SAUER: The SIG SAUER MCX Rifle.

At first glance it looks like yet another AR clone, but once you get one of these in your hands you will find a lot more than meets the eye.

The hand guard is built in the popular key mod design that rides a full 12 inches of the barrel and come off via a convenient front takedown pin to give quick access for barrel changes or gas adjustment.

It runs on a short stroke gas piston system contained within the upper receiver, very reminiscent of the earlier Armalite AR-180 with dual springs attached to the bolt. This gives the shooter better options with regard to butt stocks.

Our rifle, in 300 Blackout, shipped with a side folding stock …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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