Sig 50

The Sig Sauer SIG 50 is a bolt-action tactical rifle chambered in .50 BMG. The SIG 50 has a easy to disassemble modular design and is intended for precision shooting.

Features include a heavy fluted barrel and bolt. The exterior fluting doesn’t have a functional purpose, but does reduce its weight. On the end of the barrel is a muzzle brake that redirects propellant gases in turn reduces recoil from firing the heavy hitting .50 caliber round. It has a match grade trigger that sets off the action with a 3.5-pound pull. The stock has an adjustable cheek rest and length of pull. Although it doesn’t have any sights, it does have a Picatinny rail for easy mounting of optics or accessories. And, it has an ergonomically friendly pistol grip.

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