SIG SAUER showcased a massive new lineup at SHOT Show 2020. On display were both military and civilian variants of SIG’s ever-growing lineup of firearms and accessories. Of all the firearms on display, here’s what’s new to the SIG lineup.
New SIG Cross Bolt-Action Rifle
Released late in 2019, the CROSS is the newest bolt gun for the SIG family of rifles.
The cross features an awesome 2-stage match-grade trigger that’s adjustable from 2.5 – 4 lbs. Just in front of the trigger is an ambidextrous magazine release that handles similar to a paddle mag release.
The CROSS features a new foldable SIG precision stock that’s both adjustable and skeletonized to save weight.
All the CROSS models on the SHOT show floor were chambered in .277 Fury, but the CROSS will be available in 6.5 Creedmoor and 308 WIN.
New Pistols and Accessories
The newest addition to the P320 lineup is the P320 X Compact RXP. To meet the demand for red dot equipped pistols the P320 will ship with the new ROMEO1 PRO.
In addition, the RXP features co-witness or suppressor height sights that make it ready to carry out of the box.
Shaking up the P365 lineup, even more, is the new P365XL Romeo Zero.
The Romeo Zero will also ship from the factory with an optic but features a Romeo Zero branded optic. To accommodate the small frame the Romeo Zero rear sight uses an RDS mounted rear sight post for co-witness.
Mentioned earlier on TFB the P10 Carry is the newest addition to the legendary P210 collection.
The P210 uses an aluminum frame instead of steel to achieve a better weight for EDC use. SIG indicated they had added an extra pound of trigger pull weight to make the pistol safer to carry.
Next-Generation Military Hardware
Recently acquired by SOCOM, the MG-338 is the next generation in recoiling-barrel belt feds.
Next to the massive (but very lightweight), 338 was the smaller 6.8 version of the MG.
Rounding out the SIG Next Generation lineup is the SIG MCX Spear. There’s too much information about these guns than one article can contain, but luckily we’ve posted information about these before.
Also displayed were hidden gems like this Suppressed Upper Receiver Group or SURG.
This swappable upper receiver kit is currently in use by the U.S. Department of Defense and features a very unique heat shield and flash hider endcap.
SIG’s booth contained a lot of hidden gems, and one of my favorites was this display for all it’s current in-service contract weapons.
Additional information on all the firearms featured here can be found on SIG’s website. Big thank you to the SIG staff here at SHOT Show 2020 for letting me use their space to get all these photos.