SIG Sauer Announces Higher Magnification Tango-MSR Scopes

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by Daniel Y

The SIG Sauer Tango-MSR family isn’t just LPVOs now. Their three new models include many of the same features but in higher magnification ranges for precision work. Let’s take a closer look at the options.

Sig Sauer @ TFB:

The three new models are as follows: 2-12×44, 3-18×50, and 5-30×56. All three have a 6x zoom ratio and include a one-piece mount. A throw lever, scope caps, and an illuminated reticle in the first focal plane are also standard. Customers can choose between MOA and MRAD reticles in all three magnifications. Because these scopes are intended for semi-auto use, they have capped windage turrets. The left side of the scope main tube features a leveling line for easy mounting.

Unlike the LPVO models, each of these Tango-MSR models has adjustable parallax. 34mm main tubes are also standard. Prices range from $599.99 for the 2-12×44 to $799.99 for the 5-30×56 model. All models are in stock at SIG Sauer’s website as of writing.

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From the manufacturer:

Expanding SIG’s extensive line of tactical riflescopes to incorporate high- magnification capability, the TANGO-MSR provides an incredible value for the recreational shooter. Featuring a first focal plane reticle, 34mm maintube and included ALPHA-MSR aluminum scope mount, shooters can maximize all of the benefits this high magnification optic has to offer without breaking the bank.


High Performance 6x Optical System With Low Dispersion Glass

Integrated Thread in Throw Lever For Quick Magnification Changes

Illuminated FFP Milling 2.0 Reticle With 6x Brightness Levels

Lay Flat Flip Back Lens Covers Included

Dependable waterproof, shockproof, and fog-proof performance

Includes 34MM ALPHA-MSR 1.420″ Aluminum Mount

All images from SIG Sauer

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Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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  • EB EB on Apr 09, 2024

    MSR. That's the name of a reticle, which I don't think SIG Sauer uses.

    Bad chooice of name.

  • Ape Ape on Apr 09, 2024

    Got really excited when I saw a new 2-12 offering but realizing it's Sig, knew they'd likely screw something up. Then I saw the reticle AND the weight which is heavier than their Sierra BDX6 2-12. They screwed that one up by not having parallax correction. It's almost comical.

    I'll just wait for the Steiner 2-12 with the MIL reticle. Honestly the Athlon Helos BTR Gen 2, 2-12, which I own, looks better than this for about the same money.