Sig Sauer Rolls Out their OWN Stocks for the MPX/MCX

    Sig Sauer for 2019 is coming out with their own series of stocks and braces for their MPX/MCX line of firearms. This is not to say that Sig Sauer is not satisfied with the SB Tactical braces and stocks they currently utilize. Like much of their burgeoning company, they are likely attempting to keep as many components in-house as possible.

    Some of the initial stocks they are introducing are a collapsing/telescoping stock as well as a telescoping/folding version. Both of these new stocks are constructed to fit their MPX/MCX firearms and are currently being offered in black or flat dark earth (FDE). For the time being, the MPX/MCX stocks are the 1st ones Sig Sauer is looking at replacing with some of their own. Only time will tell if they begin making other stocks for their modern sporting rifles and the rest of the rifles in their portfolio.

    Sig Sauer Collapsing/Telescoping Stock – MPX/MCX

    This 1st stock that Sig Sauer is producing is pretty simple, but provides all the utility that a shooter may desire. A short, but concise factory description of this stock can be read below:

    SIG SAUER factory telescoping stock installs easily on your MCX/MPX via the receivers 1913 interface. Stock offers three different lengths of pull and is available in black.


    The starting MSRP for this variation is going to be $238. These are currently sold out on Sig Sauer’s website, but they are available at distributors for consumers to purchase from their local or online retailer.

    sig sauer telescoping/folding stock – mPX/MCX (black or fde)

    The 2nd stock coming out under the Sig Sauer name, similar to the first, does not have much in the way of frills, but affords the user all the functionality they might desire. Another simplistic product description directly from Sig Sauer can be read below:

    SIG SAUER factory replacement folding and telescoping stock installs easily on your MCX/MPX via the receivers 1913 interface. Stock is available in black or FDE.

    This stock has the same price-point as the first with an MSRP at $238. Likewise, you cannot buy it direct from Sig Sauer at this time, but you can potentially order it from a nearby retailer.


    So what do you think about this subtle change for potentially Sig Sauer’s most popular series of firearms? Great bold move? Or potentially not worth the effort? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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