Sig Sauer’s latest MPX comes with some enhanced features that recommend it as a truly versatile pistol-caliber carbine. With a 30+1 capacity and engineered versatility for factory options, it is ready to adapt to a range of missions—including firing suppressed.
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The MPX 9mm features a collapsible, twin-rail-style stock and is capable of accepting several other Sig Sauer stocks. The standard KeyMod handguard comes with a hand stop to keep your hand from slipping forward of the muzzle. The handguard boasts five slick-sided surfaces that are relieved for KeyMod accessory attachment, and it’s topped with a full-length Picatinny top rail for mounting optics and the factory-included sights.
The cam path reinforcements and fixed ejector combine to ensure that the bolt, even traveling at its fastest speeds with high-velocity ammunition or when working with suppressors, is able to eject each spent cartridge properly before closing on the next round.
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Ambidextrous controls on the lower receiver are familiar in their position to those on a modern sporting rifle, enhancing cross-platform familiarity, and include an ambidextrous bolt release, mag release and safety/selector.
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by Tactical-Life / Jan 25, 2016