Crow About It! Galco Corvus Speed Cut Holster for SIG P365 X-Macro

Corvus might be a simple genus of birds correlating to crows and a similarly related genus of passerine birds, but the  Galco Corvus Speed Cut Belt/Inside-the-Waistband (IWB) Holster is nothing to crow about! (You didn’t think you’d be getting an ornithology lesson along with a cringy joke when you clicked on this article, did ya?). Now, the  Galco Corvus is available for the SIG Sauer P365 X-Macro as well as other popular carry guns.

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Light It Up With The New SIG Sauer FOXTROT MSR Weapon Light

SIG Sauer has a new weapon light for long guns. The FOXTROT MSR combines a lot of the most popular features in current lights at a very competitive price point. Keep reading to see what SIG has created. 

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SIG Sauer Introduce P320-M17 Ceremonial Pistols

SIG Sauer have announced that a P320-M17 version of their ceremonial M17 pistol will be available. The Ceremonial M17s were introduced in October 2018 and have equipped the honor guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier since.

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[NRAAM 2024] SIG-Sauer is an App Developer Now?

In this episode of TFBTV Show Time, Hop and Phil Strader struggle with technology and respecting personal space. The new SIG Connect app works in conjunction with a sensor module and reactive targets that sense hits and relay them to your phone to track hits, scores, and timing. The app has built-in drills and games that work with SIG’s special reactive targets, but it can also be used to track hits on any printable target. The former is mostly aimed at indoor shooting ranges that may want to add a special challenge to one of their lanes, while the latter is more suited for the individual shooter.

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NEW Flux Raider 365: Full Review & Accuracy Comparison

The FLUX Raider 365: The Ultimate Concealable 9mm PDW? James Reeves finally has his hands on the NEW FLUX Raider 365, the Raider for the SIG P365 FCU! In 2024, the market is booming with more pistol caliber carbines (PCCs) and chassis systems than ever before. Today, we’re bringing you an in-depth review of one of the most innovative additions to the lineup: the FLUX Raider 365. This is the smallest and thinnest 9mm PDW you can get, and it’s truly an on-body concealable platform.

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SIG Sauer Updates Kilo-10K ABS HD Binoculars , Now Gen II, Less Blue

SIG Sauer has an updated version of the Kilo-10K ABS HD binoculars. The new Gen II model has improved color and light transmission. Let’s take a look at what else has changed. 

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NEW SIG ROMEO-MSR Gen II and MCX-RATTLER LT 300 BLK Uppers

SIG Sauer has announced that they have new ROMEO-MSR Gen II optics in both red and green dot options as well as new MCX-RATTLER LT 300 BLK upper assemblies. With the 300 BLK upper assemblies, you can now effectively craft your own Rattler from scratch and the new micro optics provide an enhanced yet familiar red dot and/or green dot for the SIG Sauer faithful.

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The Rimfire Report: Which Way Rimfire Man? Ruger MK IV 22/45 vs. SIG P322

Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series, as always, is focused entirely on rimfire firearms and discussions around rimfire topics. Recently we took a look at one of SIG’s tricked-out P322 pistols. Most of you who keep close tabs on the blog will no doubt know that I absolutely loved my SIG Sauer P322 and wound up putting about 20,000 rounds through the pistol without issue in the first year of owning it. The previously mentioned P322 COMP version of the pistol brought the P322 platform back up on my radar specifically because it’s directly marketing itself as something that is more “competition-oriented.” While we’re going to settle out which one is the better competition pistol overall in a later article, this week, I figured we could take a closer look at what makes both the P322 and the Ruger MK IV 22/45 great first choices for a rimfire 22LR pistol.

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SILENCER SATURDAY #325: Small Simplicity – SIG Sauer SLX556C

Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the brand new YHM 338 Bad Larry Suppressor. I would like to thank Erik for running point on last weeks edition with a look at the very obtainable suppressors from The Nordic region. This week we get back on the range with a simple and compact direct thread rifle suppressor – the SIG Sauer SLX556C. When it comes to longer barrels and supersonic rifle rounds, compact silencers are a blessing. Let’s take a look at this small but mighty can from SIG.

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Vaultek SIG LifePod 1.0 Portable Adventure Safe: Biometric & Standard

A joint partnership has been struck between Vaultek and SIG Sauer for the Vaultek SIG LifePod 1.0 Portable Adventure Safe in both a biometric and non-biometric option. These aren’t the first compact safes that SIG Sauer has ever stocked on their website from Vaultek, but they are some of the first to have their logo emblazoned on them.

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Why Everyone is Wrong About the SIG MCX Regulator

The internet is wrong about the SIG MCX Regulator! James Reeves challenges the status quo and dives deep into the heart of the controversy surrounding the SIG MCX Regulator. Amidst internet backlash, we take a closer look to unveil the truth, debunk common myths, and highlight the undeniable merits of this revolutionary rifle.

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SIG Sauer Announces Higher Magnification Tango-MSR Scopes

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.

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The Rimfire Report: The SIG P322-COMP – Worth the Extra $$$?

Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all bout the rimfire firearm world and all of its different guns, ammunition types, shooting sports, and history. SIG Sauer has recently released a new iteration of their successful P322 pistol – the P322-COMP. I want to start off this week by making it 100% clear that I am completely biased in favor of the P322 pistol already as I personally feel like it has been the single greatest semi-auto 22LR pistol to be released in the last decade. The P322 is an excellent cheap, optics-ready, suppressor-ready package that costs less than $500 – who doesn’t like a good cheap gun? Even with all of that being said, something new like the P322-COMP needs to show us it’s worth the extra dough that SIG is asking for – about $200 or more according to online pricing. I was recently able to take both my original SIG Sauer P322 and the new P322-COMP out to the range to shoot them both side by side to see if the extra features and components are worth the money.

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SIG SAUER Releases New MCX-Regulator "Ranch Rifle"

SIG SAUER has expanded its popular MCX lineup to include more than a dozen variants of both the SPEAR and Rattler models. They can be had in a variety of configurations, finishes, and calibers, all equipped with standard pistol grips – until now. SIG recently announced their newest MCX model, dubbed the Regulator, which incorporates a Magpul Mossberg 500/590 style stock in place of the pistol grip we’ve come to expect. They’re marketing this variant as a ranch rifle, which is a role it could certainly fill, but arguably the greatest benefit offered by the MCX-Regulator is its potential for compatibility with ban state compliance. If your state frowns upon features such as pistol grips or threaded barrels, this rifle may be able to provide you with a legal AR alternative either straight out of the box or with a relatively simple modification like a pin-and-weld job, depending upon your particular residence. Check out the press release below for further details on this newest MCX.

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POTD: SIG Sauer SG 750 in 6.5 Creedmoor

Photo Of The Day and we take a look at the new SIG Sauer SG 750 in 6.5 Creedmoor. According to SIG Sauer, in October 2017, the U.S. Special Operations Command determined that the 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge has the best probability of hitting at distances of 1,000 m (1,094 yd). The recoil was also less than the traditional 7.62x51mm NATO cartridges. I don’t have any scientific data to prove that, but I can vouch that’s all true and beyond. If you’ve tried both, you’d know.

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