Sig Sauer Rolls Out Cross Rifle, New Pistol Models

01/28/20 10:00 AM | by

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(Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

Sig Sauer served up an assortment of new red dot ready pistols as well as a brand new rifle to consumers at SHOT Show in Las Vegas.

The most talked-about item in Sig Sauer’s inventory was its new Cross Rifle, which queued up long lines at Sig’s range day as well as a bevy of interested lookers on the show floor. The Cross Rifle comes chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Winchester, and Sig’s .277 Fury.

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The Cross Rifle offers three chamberings — .308 Win, 6.5 Creedmoor and Sig’s own.277 Fury. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

Weighing in at 6.8-pounds, the rifle offers an adjustable buttstock — side folding for carry — two-stage 3-pound match trigger, Picatinny rail, and threaded barrel. Barrel size varies based on model with the 6.5 Creedmoor bringing an 18-inch barrel while the .308 Win and .277 Fury deliver a 16-inch barrel.

Perfect for precision hunting, the Sig Cross Rifle is designed to fold compactly so it can easily slip into a hunting pack or backpack for convenient carry. MSRP is set around $1,799.

Meanwhile, Sig Sauer’s pistol division has entered what it calls the “red dot revolution” unveiling new optics ready RXP pistols at SHOT Show. Using the P320 platform, the RXP series offers four models — Full Size, Compact, XFull, and XCompact. The pistols are all chambered in 9mm and feature Sig’s Romeo1Pro Optic. The optic boasts a 6 MOA open reflex sight build with 12 brightness settings and TruHold Lockless Zeroing designed to handle recoil and return to zero. Sporting a 20,000-hour battery life, the optic is IPX-7 waterproof rated and is houses in aircraft-grade aluminum to prevent corrosion.

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The RXP series comes equipped with a red dot from Sig. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

On the entry-level side, the P320 RXP Standard Full Size and Compact pistols use contrast style suppressor height backup sights that co-witness should the optic fail at any point. The P320 XFull and XCompact RXP offer a slight upgrade with X-Ray 3 Day/Night suppressor height sights and XSeries grip module. The XFull and XCompact RXP are priced around $899 with optic included while the Standard Full Size and Compact versions slip into the market for a little less.

For P365 fans who want that sweet red dot capability, Sig has also unleashed a P365 XL version that is red dot ready with Sig’s micro red dot. The micro red dot offers 8 brightness settings and also sports an interesting rear sight notch in place of actual iron sights.

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Sig brought a ton of new pistols to SHOT Show. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

The innovation doesn’t stop there, though, with Sig unveiling two brand new pistols set to ship mid-2020. First up, the 320 Carry TacOps is a continuation of an older gun previously discontinued by Sig due to poor sales. This time around, though, the company is outfitting the new XCarry TacOps with some X-Series features in the hopes that it makes the platform a little more appealing. The revamped TacOps model will feature a flared magwell, adjustable SigLite Night Sights which are also compatible with Sig branded red dots, flat-faced trigger, and 4.6-inch threaded barrel.

In addition to the XCarry TacOps, Sig Sauer also revealed the new P210 Carry — a single action, aluminum-framed pistol with a 4-inch barrel. The P210 Carry boasts front and rear cocking serrations, G10 grips and night sights. Shipping around June 2020, the P210 Carry will likely carry an MSRP around $1,300.

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