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SIG SAUER Introduces 300 Win Mag Match Grade Elite Performance Ammunition

ewington, NH (January 2, 2017) – SIG SAUER, Inc. continues to expand its Match Grade Elite Performance Ammunition line for rifles with the addition of 300 Win Mag Open Tip Match (OTM) rounds. Featuring a 190gr Sierra MatchKing® bullet, this new 300 Win Mag load has a muzzle velocity of 2,850 fps and muzzle energy of 3,426 ft-lbs.

Engineered to excel in today’s precision rifles, SIG SAUER Match Grade Elite Performance Ammunition features a temperature-stable propellant that delivers consistent muzzle velocity in all weather conditions. Premium-quality primers ensure minimum velocity variations, and the shell case metallurgy is optimized in the SIG Match Grade OTM cartridge to yield consistent bullet retention round to round. All SIG SAUER rifle ammunition is precision loaded on state-of-the-art equipment that is 100% electromechanically monitored to ensure geometric conformity and charge weight consistency.

“The exceptional quality of our SIG SAUER Match Grade loads makes this line a top choice for professional, competition and recreational shooters alike,” said Dan Powers, president of the SIG SAUER Ammunition Division.

All Elite Performance Ammunition is manufactured in the United States by SIG SAUER to the same exacting standards as the company’s premium pistols and rifles. For more information, visit


4 Responses to “SIG SAUER Introduces 300 Win Mag Match Grade Elite Performance Ammunition”

  1. Jarrad Truog says:

    Be awesome if they used the 215 berger hybrid

  2. Fritzthedog says:

    What would be awesome from Sig would be:
    -rifle small parts available for purchase…NOW!
    -a lower rate of malfunction in their MPX and MCX rifles
    -.300 blackout barrel kits for their MCX rifles

  3. thedude says:

    is the MV a typo? That seems low for a 300wm. Black Hills is pushing the same 190grn smk at 2950fps. There are better bullets out there these days such as the berger 215 or 230.

    • Mac says:

      Problem with the Bergers is getting them to work well in a wide field of rifles-SMKs are much better for that and hence why the military is still using 190 & 220 SMKs for 300WM. The lower MV is probably to alleviate issues across a lot of rifles as well. I have an AWM and it’s handled mil ammo fine with no pressure issues, but I’ve had to kick the bolt open using ABM ammo (shoots like a laser with it though). I’m going with the lower MV being for safety and better reliability in a wider number of rifles.