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SIG SAUER Releases Enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine with Upgraded Features

SIG SAUER Releases Enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine with Upgraded Features
Newington, N.H. (November 27, 2018) – SIG SAUER, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of the enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC), redesigned and upgraded for performance shooting sports, and to fulfill the needs of competitive and professional shooters alike.

needs of competitive and professional shooters alike.

The newly optimized SIG SAUER MPX PCC platform includes a Timney® single-stage trigger, free-float ergonomic slim line M-LOK™ handguard, 16” threaded barrel, 5-position telescoping stock, 3 chamber compensator, and ambidextrous controls. The MPX PCC is a black hard-coat anodized aluminum frame that comes optics ready with a 30-round magazine capacity.

“The enhanced MPX PCC offers a more robust set of features making it ready to go right out of the box at the same price point,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “Our team of engineers has incorporated improvements into the MPX PCC that will benefit the end-user of this product, while reducing the overall weight of the rifle by a pound. At SIG we are always looking to combine value with the quality our consumers demand from us, and the enhanced MPX PCC is a great example of this.”

The SIG SAUER MPX PCC is a favorite of the competitive PCC shooter, and is the exclusive rifle of Team SIG Professional Shooter Lena Miculek. Regarded as the top female competitive PCC shooter in the world Miculek recently became the first female to earn a top five overall finish in PCC at the 2018 USPSA Nationals, and was the first female to win Master Class for PCC.

“When it comes to my competition equipment I want a rifle that’s reliable, accurate, and easy to shoot, and the SIG MPX PCC checks all the boxes,” added Team SIG Professional Shooter Lena Miculek. “With my MPX PCC I move easily between stages, and I have seen improved speed, greater accuracy, and really elevated my competition to the next level. The enhancements that SIG has incorporated into the MPX PCC will make a real difference to the professional shooter and be quickly realized in competition.”

The new SIG SAUER MPX PCC rifle is currently chipping, and available in retail stores. To learn more about the MPX PCC visit sigsauer.com.


8 Responses to “SIG SAUER Releases Enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine with Upgraded Features”

  1. tangloppen says:

    who cares what a SIG employee has to say about a SIG product?

    • Jack says:

      Show up to a match and shoot against her and find out.

      • Rob says:

        She could shoot a highpoint carbine and still place. The point he is making is that maybe a sponsored shooter is not the most objective authority on what is or isn’t the best firearm. Which is a valid point.

    • Jeremy P says:

      Who cares what [paid spokesperson] has to say about [company’s] product?

      Wow, you cracked the code there einstein. Got any other nuggets of wisdom?

    • SSD says:

      Have you considered that she is a SIG pro shooter because she likes the company and their products?

  2. Stickman says:

    Did someone think a paid employee was going to say something bad in a PR statement?

    She is paid by the company, and is a spokesman for them. I have no doubt she has insight and use regarding the product lineup.

    Personally, I think the entire sport shooting industry went goofy a long time ago. Lump everyone together, and see how people do. Take their scores, and then break them up into groups. Get rid of male and female divisions. Make weapons either stock or not stock. Get rid of gaming holsters.

    Let the chips fall where they may. As far as the MPX, Sig will continue to sell a boatload of them.

  3. b_rawrd says:

    Looks like the MPX PCC does away with the KeyMod of the MPX Carbine 🙁

    • Adun says:

      Good, KeyMod is the inferior product and needs to die off at this point. Keeping it around just means more unknowing people will buy an inferior product and then have to deal with the consequences.