New SIG Sauer Tactical Riflescopes

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SIG Sauer is launching a new line of optics within their Electro-Optics Division: the TANGO series. At the beginning of December they announced their Whiskey scopes which are designed for hunters and now they’ve announced a tactical lineup. According to the company’s press release the new riflescopes were designed for one reason and one reason alone: “making the shot count.”

The TANGO series is launching with two options, the TANGO4 and TANGO6. The TANGO4 is meant for mid-to-long range shots for tactical shooters. It features a 4:1 zoom and illuminated reticle among others. Like the other scopes SIG Sauer has recently announced the TANGO4 comes with one free SBT – SIG Ballistic Turret – which is a lasered elevation dial made for the specific shooter’s needs for ballistics and environment.

The TANGO6 is a 6X riflescope made for versatility. This scope was designed for a variety of situations including CQB and 3-Gun competitions. The company also lists it as a great option for hunters and long-range marksmen. It’s made for superior clarity even in poor light thanks to an HDX optical system. In addition the TANGO6 has a Hellfire fiber optic and glass-etched illuminated reticle. Both of these optics sound like well-thought out and carefully made designs.

We can all use well-made optics from reliable companies. The SIG Sauer Electro-Optics Division looks promising; I’m looking forward to getting some time behind these riflescopes.

MSRP varies. TANGO4 models range between $599.99 and $999.99. TANGO6 models range between $1399.99 and $2399.99.

Visit SIG Sauer’s website for a look at their Electro-Optics Division options:

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  • Santi Santi on Dec 22, 2015

    I am a huge Sig fan. Just wish there was better communication about what is going on with their products. I per-ordered a Tango 4 1x4 and the retailer said Sig has had nil to say when it came down to when they will have these out, "hopefully in a month" they said. THEN upon ordering my MPX telescoping stock, optics planet tells me "another month" a few months later, "another month"... then Sig pulled all orders from retailers 5 days ago after I have been waiting for months, saying they are "discontinued." Making my tax stamp feel useless. I fear the same will happen with these optics. Fingers crossed! Ok bitching is over. Love Sig fan.

  • FarmerB FarmerB on Dec 22, 2015

    CCW - I'll pass.