The Electro-Optics division is the newest addition to the Sig Sauer family. I had a chance to talked the vice president of the new division during the Sig Sauer range day. The new Sig optics are developed by the same folks that also worked on the Mk6, Mk8 and VX-6 series for Leupold and Stevens.
The Sig Optic Tango 6 1-6x24mm offers a true 1x on the low end. The one that I tried has a triplex reticle with mini fiber optic illuminated the center dot. The reticle illumination is daylight visible. Sig Optic is planning to offer multiple reticles for the Tango 1-6x24mm. Those will be including horseshoe dot with BDC for 5.56, 7.62 Nato and 300 Blackout calibers.
The illumination control on the Tango 6 has off positions between each level settings. The adjustment turrets are lockable with the pull-up to unlock feature. The scope tube size is the common 30mm size.
No specification is available on the Tango 6 yet since it’s still in development. Sig Optic said they are planning to have it on the market in few months. The production version will be made in Japan.