Tactical-Life.com recently got the chance to shoot the new Sig Sauer MPX pistol, now with great new features for 2014. Scroll down to see the video of the Sig Sauer MPX Pistol in action.
This piston-operated 9mm pistol (also available in .357 Sig and .40 S&W) has an 8-inch barrel with fully ambidextrous AR controls and now includes a side-folding receiver extension with a stabilizing arm brace for a very compact and versatile pistol. Recoil was minimal and accuracy off-hand was excellent. Look for Tactical-Life.com’s full review in the near future. For more information, visit sigsauer.com.
Item Number: MPX
Caliber: 9mm NATO, Converts to .357SIG or .40S&W
Action Type: Select Fire or SBR ( LE/GOVT ONLY)
Operating System: Closed, fully locked short stroke pushrod gas system
Overall Length (Telescoping Stock): Min (Closed) 460 mm/18.1 in, Max (Open) 580 mm/22.8 in
Overall Length (Folding Stock): Min (Closed) 425 mm/16.7 in, Max (Open) 610 mm/24.0 in
Overall Height (with 30 Rd Mag): 265 mm/10.4 in
Overall Width: 52 mm/2.0 in
Barrel Length: 165 mm/6.5 in
Sight Radius: 270 mm/10.6 in
Cyclic Rate: 850 RPM
Features: Easily converts to 9 mm NATO, .357SIG, or .40S&W, User-configurable stock system: telescoping, folding or pistol configuration
MSRP: Not Available
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