The first thing I noticed at SIG SAUER Range Day was that they have introduced KeyMod forends for the MCX, 516 and MPX.


Here’s a closeup of the 516 Forend.

Below is the updated 716 DMR.  They’ve shaved a little weight off of the design and it now weighs in at just under 8 lbs.     
All of the guns I shot today featured SIG Optics.  Look for an in depth report on this line soon on SSD.

This is the latest configuration of the MPX.  This Gen II version features the low-profile Handguard and Collapsible Stock.  I’ve requested an update from SIG on when these accessories will be available commercially.  


But the real surprise was an opportunity to shoot the Made in USA SIG P210A.  The A suffix is because it was made in America.  I’ve never fired a P210 because they are so uncommon in the US.  As I understand it, 210s will no longer be made in Europe.  It has a very light trigger and was fun to shoot.  



11 Responses to “SIG SAUER Range Day”

  1. Kirk says:

    OK, why is there nothing else anywhere on the internet about the SIG P210A? I can’t find any information anywhere about this thing…

  2. Mike says:

    I shot a P210 once in my life, a big-time collector in my town said he sold four guns to buy his…it was glass on glass smooth, and very, very accurate. His did not have a beavertail like the one shown, looks like a nice upgrade.

    Pax Armis Acquiritur

    • SSD says:

      Yes, they introduced the beavertail on the P210A to eliminate slide bite for those who take a high grip.

  3. txJM says:

    Because it’s not been announced, yet.

  4. Justin says:

    Any pics of the P320 Long slide model?

  5. Diddler says:

    If the P210 were wrong-hand friendly I would be keeping it so classy with one of those. But alas, my wrong-handedness has relegated me to Glocks.

  6. Dellis says:

    Wow, the grips alone on that P210 make you want to buy it! Nicely done

  7. Jeff S says:

    P210!!! Please!!! I wonder what the MSRP will be?

    Nice job SSD!

    How about P320s with RDS cutouts?