Sig Sauer launches enhanced, upgraded MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine

11/29/18 11:00 AM | by

Team Sig shooter Lena Miculek fires the enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

Sig Sauer adds to its MPX inventory, releasing a new and improved version of the rifle in the form of the enhanced MPX Pistol Caliber Carbine.

The MPX PCC has been revamped for performance shooting sports, created for competitive and professional shooters. Equipped with a Timney single-stage trigger and free-float ergonomic slim line M-LOK handguard, the MPX PCC uses a 16-inch threaded barrel and three chamber compensator. Featuring ambidextrous controls the PCC also offers a five-position telescoping stock.

Coated in a black hard-coat anodized, the aluminum frame delivers a lightweight style weighing 6.6-pounds. The MPX PCC measures 32.25-inches in total length and is chambered in 9mm. Sig Sauer says the new enhanced MPX PCC delivers elevated features that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.

The enhanced MPX PCC is chambered in 9mm. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

“The enhanced MPX PCC offers a more robust set of features making it ready to go right out of the box at the same price point,” Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President or Commercial Sales, said in a news release. “Our team of engineers has incorporated improvements into the MPX PCC that will benefit the end-user of this product, while reducing the overall weight of the rifle by a pound.”

Competitive shooting star and Team Sig member Lena Miculek runs the rifle during PCC competitions and says the design is well-suited for competition and professional shooters.

“The enhancements that SIG has incorporated into the MPX PCC will make a real difference to the professional shooter and be quickly realized in competition,” Miculek said. “When it comes to my competition equipment I want a rifle that’s reliable, accurate, and easy to shoot, and the SIG MPX PCC checks all the boxes.”

The enhanced MPX PCC is available now with a MSRP of $2,016.

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