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SIG SAUER’s Cross Bolt Action Rifle Now Shipping

We keep getting told to social distance and there’s no better way to do that than while hunting and SIG’s new CROSS Rifle has got you covered if you want to hunt this season with a new rifle.

In fact, the CROSS is just part of a whole package including BDX optics which puts the reticle right on target and ammunition, loaded for hunting. They even offer suppressors.

The bolt-action CROSS is available in the ever-popular .308, the up-and-coming 6.5 Creedmoor and soon, chambered for the new 277 SIG FURY, based on the 6.8mm next generation ammunition and weapon work SIG has done for the US Army.

There’s also a special FirstLite edition that I really like which features their camouflage pattern.

Features:
– Under 6.5 lbs
– Folding Precision-Style Stock
– 1-Piece receiver for increased accuracy
– Available in .308 / 277 SIG FURY with a 16″ barrel (collapsible to 25″)
– Available in 6.5 Creedmoor with an 18″ barrel (collapsible to 27″)
– Designed and built in the U.S.A

www.sigsauer.com/store/sig-cross-rifle

9 Responses to “SIG SAUER’s Cross Bolt Action Rifle Now Shipping”

  1. Dust man says:

    Does the black rifle not have a dust cover and the camo one does? What is the reasoning behind that?

    • Rob says:

      The camo rifle pictured is a prototype. All production guns don’t have the dust cover.

      • Dust man says:

        Why did they do away with it? I liked it.

        • PNWTO says:

          Probably to make extracting a bad case a little easier or to keep the ability to single-load. It’s easy to think of this as an AR manual of arms but it’s still a bolt gun, despite the characteristics of the chassis.

  2. Drew says:

    Is the handguard on the black one the production one or does it change depending on finish?

  3. tangloppen says:

    well, hate anything SIG, but this this is cute.

  4. Seamus says:

    I would very much love to see this with a long action in .338 Norma Magnum. I have heard rumors of a long action. Let’s make it happen Sig. I Can’t take Elk over 500yds in 6.5 Creedmore, .308, or .277 Fury.

    Not big enough. (Well anything is possible but certainly not ideal)