The Vickers Guide SIG Sauer chronicles the history of SIG guns.

SIG Sauer just announced a new partnership with Larry Vickers, resulting in two must-have tomes for gun enthusiasts. The “Vickers Guide SIG Sauer,” Volumes 1 and 2, chronicle the proud history of SIG firearms.

Vickers Guide SIG Sauer, Volumes I and II

For those that don’t know, Larry Vickers is a veteran of U.S. Army Special Operations. He brings extensive knowledge and appreciation for SIG guns to the guides.

“We are honored to be the first firearms manufacturer featured by Vickers Guide, and excited about the release of SIG SAUER (Volume 1). The book chronicles the company’s history from our beginnings as a German arms maker in 1751 and Swiss wagon factory in 1853, to becoming the premier American firearms manufacturer that we are today,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “The content in this Vickers Guide is exceptional and will take the reader on a historical journey of SIG SAUER through the development and modernization of our firearms. The guide takes a deep dive into the iconic P210, chronicles the development of the P365 to become the top-selling handgun in America, and charts the evolution of the P250 to the P320 to ultimately become the M17 and the official sidearm of the U.S. Military, and so much more.”

Larry Vickers and author Ian McCollum write the text in the series. Meanwhile, James Rupley provides incredible photography. Together, they tell the history of SIG Sauer.

Volume 1 highlights more than 95 pistols and 15 submachine guns. Models include the Swiss P75 service pistol, X-SERIES pistols and Modell 1930, an early submachine gun. The initial MPX prototypes round out the volume.

Volume 2 features rifles, machine guns and even special-purpose weapons set to release in 2021! Models include the MG-338 and MG-6.8.

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