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Sig Sauer MCX Pistol (Black) - 11.5" 5.56mm NATO


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Sig Sauer MCX Pistol, 5.56mm NATO, 11.5" BBL, 30rd



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UPC Code No
Caliber .223 / 5.56
Manufacturer Sig Sauer
Trigger Pull SA No
Trigger Pull (DA) No
Overall Length No
Overall Height No
Overall Width No
Sights (detailed) None
Sight Radius No
Weight Empty No
Grips No
Frame Finish Black
Frame Material No
Slide Finish No
Stock Material No
Barrel Length (in) 11.5 in
Rifling No
Number of Grooves No
Mag Capacity / Rounds 30rd
Number of Mags 1
Sound Reduction No
Accessory Rail Yes
Features No
Safety (detailed) No
Competition Approval No
Magazine Well No
Additional Info No
Bullet Type No
FFL Requirements All firearms must be shipped to a Federal Firearms License (FFL) holder. We cannot and will not ship firearms to anyone but a FFL. We must receive the receiving dealer's FFL by fax (314-558-8429) or email ([email protected]).
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  • Good Pistol
    Review by Simmoon 11/12/2018
    I'll be the first to admit I'm a bit of a Sig fanboy. This is a great pistol that is extremely reliable, accurate and somewhat heavy. Fit and finish though, are meh. There are several locations where there are sharp edges (rear of the upper receiver on takedown) as well as material that should've been removed after milling/machining in various places. I've seen better fit and finish from $400 rifles and honesty, for what you're paying for this you deserve better. Does any of that affect its function, no. Its a great pistol, and it does shoot smother than almost all of my custom built guns. One other thing of note, when the brace is folded, it WILL interfere with the bolt catch/release and the magazine release. If you intend to shoot it with the brace folded, you WILL have issues. The only way to avoid them is to change the brace to another model. Thank you,