New Magpul P320 Grip Modules; Full Size & Compact – Coming Soon

Magpul Industries just announced their new Magpul P320 Grip modules for the popular SIG Sauer P320 pistols. This new aftermarket boost for the P320 will be available in full sized and compact versions, with two versions each; with a manual safety cutout, and one without. For new shooters unfamiliar with the SIG P320, unlike nearly every other pistol, its Fire Control Unit (FCU) is the serialized part, separate from the grip, which means the FCU can be swapped into different grips to meet user’s needs and desires.

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SIG Celebrates Valentine's Day With the Exclusive ROSE Bundle

If you’re still looking for that perfect something to give your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, SIG Sauer might have your back with the introduction of their new exclusive ROSE Bundle. The Rose Bundle combines the special edition ROMEO-X red dot and the FOXTROT-EDC flashlight and dresses them up in popular rose-colored highlights. This bundle could be the perfect gift for someone who already has a Rose P365, and would appreciate the added flexibility of the ROMEO-X, and the utility of the FOXTROT-EDC. In addition to the optic and the light, the bundle also includes a customizable personalized message from Lena Miculek via the online greeting service Cameo.

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TFB Review: The Extar EP9 Is True American Affordability

9mm PCCs have been one of the fastest-growing sub-sections of the firearms industry and with so many offerings out there already, it’s hard to stand out. When I first heard about Extar USA and their virtually all-polymer firearms, I was almost certain that they had to be cheaply made import guns. To my surprise, it was the exact opposite and it’s the first reason why I really like the EP9 for what it is. Extar USA was founded in 1995 and was one of the first manufacturers of molded polymer rifle caliber receiver sets. The Extar EP9 was released just a short while ago, and the much anticipated and desired EP9 Carbine followed shortly afterward. With the recent release of the EP9 Carbine, I thought it was finally time to give you all my review of the EP9 “large format pistol” that I’ve been shooting for the last several months. Today I’ll give you some insight into where the platform excels, what I think it’s good for, and where it might fall short for some shooters with specific shooting tastes.

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[SHOT 2024] Brouwer Announces Steel M1823 Sig P320 Grip Modules

At SHOT 2024, Brouwer has announced that they will be introducing steel versions of their M1811 Grip Modules, identified as M1823, later in 2024 as they continue to innovate in the firearms market.

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Step by Step: Building From A SIG P320 FCU – Part 1

Almost two years ago, I bought my wife a SIG P320 FCU. She was pregnant with our second maniac. I mean, beautiful child. At a certain point, we decided it was unsafe for her to continue shooting. Since she couldn’t shoot, building some grown-up LEGOs was the next best thing. She’s since been hunting down deals and collecting parts, and we’re finally ready to put it together. 

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SIG Sauer CROSS Gets Even Lighter: The New CROSS TRAX

It seems hard to believe that the SIG Sauer Cross could get much smaller or lighter, but it has. The new Cross TRAX model is even more streamlined than the original. Let’s see how they accomplished that feat.

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SIG Sauer Releases P322-COMP Pistol

There is a new addition to the SIG Sauer P322 family. The new P322-COMP adds a compensator and other competition-oriented upgrades to the standard pistol. It also includes a red dot sight from the factory. 

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POTD: FAMAE SG 543-1M

For today’s Photo Of The Day, we have pictures of the Chilean FAMAE SG 543-1M rifle. The pictures are from  Tactical Imports Corporation‘s website which has just started importing these rifles to Canada. Designed by SIG Sauer AG (formerly SIG Arms AG and SAN Swiss Arms AG) and produced by FAMAE (Fábricas y Maestranzas del Ejército de Chile), the SG 543-1M is chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO and is gas operated with a long-stroke piston, rotating bolt lockup and adjustable gas block.  The price of the FAMAE SG 543-1M rifle in Canada starts at 3,599 CAD.

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NEW Strike Industries SMC BRAVO Chassis For SIG P320 Pistols

Strike Industries has just unveiled their new SMC BRAVO Chassis for SIG P320 pistols, which allows much more modularity than a stock pistol. For those not familiar with the SIG P320 pistol series, a major design feature is that the serialized Fire Control Unit (FCU) allows the trigger group to be swapped into various grip moduals and used with various sized slides as well. The SMC BRAVO Chassis is the second such offering from Strike Industries, with the ALPHA being the first. However, the BRAVO is described as being the “lite” version, which will normally be listed at $129.95 compared the ALPHA which was released last year for $549.95. You can read Strike Industries’ description and features below.

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New SIG Sauer MCX-Rattler LT

SIG Sauer’s latest generation of the MCX now has its own Rattler model. The MCX-Rattler LT combines the features of the LT family with the compact size of the Rattler. How does it differ from earlier Rattlers? Let’s find out.

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NEW Tango-DMR Scopes From SIG Sauer

SIG Sauer has two new models of rifle scopes intended for DMR use. The Tango-DMR series comes in at a price point below the Tango 6 line but above the Tango-MSR family. Let’s take a closer look at the features. 

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The Rimfire Report: SIG Sauer 522 Classic Overview

Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all about the rimfire firearm world and its many types of guns, ammunition, shooting sports, and history! In this installment, we’ll take a look at a rimfire 550-series SIG rifle. The SIG Sauer 556 rifle was born from the iconic Swiss SG 550 series. The 556 quickly emerged as a testament to SIG Sauer’s commitment to precision engineering and firearm innovation. Introduced in the early 2000s, the 556 quickly gained recognition for its exceptional accuracy, reliability, and versatility. Its gas piston operating system set it apart from traditional direct-impingement designs, delivering smoother recoil and enhanced durability. In response to American market demand and evolving shooting preferences, SIG Sauer introduced the SIG Sauer 522 in 2009. This variant, chambered in .22LR, retained the 556’s renowned ergonomics and aesthetics while offering a more cost-effective and recreational shooting experience.

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C+H Precision Releases Modular Ring Mount For Optics

C&H Precision Weapons has a new line of modular ring mounts for attaching red dots to scope tubes. Rather than place the secondary optic on top of the scope ring, C&H placed it on a ring so it could be placed anywhere on the main tube. This also allows it to sit at any angle.

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SIG Sauer Published Safety Bulletin on Light Bearing Holsters
JDI Firearms Becomes Exclusive US Importer For CSR Precision

JDI Firearms is the sole US importer of SIG SG55x firearms, including models like the SG550 and SG553. In addition to SIG, JDI imports high-end brands like PGM Precision and Wyssen Defence. JDI Firearms announced in an Instagram post that CSR Precision is the latest brand to join their lineup.

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