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SOFIC 2014 – SIG MCX

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SIG showed me a couple of variants of their MCX range of carbines. Offered in 5.56, .300 and 7.62×39, the MCX is moving into production.

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The Low Viz Assault Weapon above features a 6.75″ barrel in .300. Notice the folding stock which offers a very slim profile when folded.

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This shot gives you a view of the right side of the weapon. The short suppressor shown offers above 5 db more than an MP5SD but in .300 at the same overall package size of the MP5SD. It also features a adjustable gas system but the subsonic ammo setting can run supersonic ammo but it will affect service life of the weapon.

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Additionally, SIG offers an adapter plate for Standard AR lowers that integrates a Picatinny Rail that allows the user to swap out folding and collapsible stocks.

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www.SIGSAUER.com

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8 Responses to “SOFIC 2014 – SIG MCX”

  1. Hubb says:

    Dammit Sig! I’m trying to save up for a Sig MPX carbine and now you drop this on me…..gotta work two jobs now to pay for all this.

  2. Will says:

    LaRue mount is backwards.

    • Caleb says:

      But the aimpoint is not. Could be intentional considering the location above the ejection port. If it secures, it secures. More than one way to skin a cat.

    • Patrick says:

      All LaRue mounts are backwards…

    • Andrew says:

      Caleb is correct, there is no wrong direction for that mount. Seeing as the stock folds to the left side of the gun, it makes sense for them wanting the throw lever on that side as well, to minimize overall bulk…

  3. See Bowl says:

    It is official…Sig Sauer is my favorite gun manufacturer. Can’t wait to T&E the MPX and this.

  4. Brett says:

    So, does this mean that the MCX upper can be put onto any AR lower? That would be a killer option for someone with a registered SBR lower… !!

  5. KB says:

    Yup.