U.S. Army Command Awards SIG SAUER Contract for Multiple Products

U.S. Army Contracting Command Issues Award to SIG SAUER for MCX, MPX, and 716G2 Rifles, along with SP2022 Pistols, TANGO6 Riflescopes, and Suppressors
U.S. Army Contracting Command Issues Award to SIG SAUER for MCX, MPX, and 716G2 Rifles, along with SP2022 Pistols, TANGO6 Riflescopes, and Suppressors

Newington, N.H.-(Ammoland.com)- SIG SAUER has confirmed the award of a five-year contract with the U.S. Army Contracting Command for commercial off the shelf (COTS) rifles and pistols to include MCX rifles, MPX sub-guns, 716G2 rifles, SP2022 pistols, TANGO6 series riflescopes, suppressors, and various SIG SAUER accessories.

“This is a very exciting announcement for SIG SAUER and we are extremely proud that the U.S. Army has selected SIG SAUER products for this award,” said Ron Cohen, President and CEO, SIG SAUER, Inc. “For this contract the U.S. Army has identified a wide array of SIG SAUER product including pistols, rifles, optics, and suppressors. We are extremely humbled that they have recognized our ability to meet the broad scope and demands of this contract while recognizing the quality and versatility of our products for the battlefield.”

The U.S. Army identified the following SIG SAUER product for the COTS contract:

SIG SAUER MCX Rifles: conceived for the demands of the special operations community and engineered for adaptability, accuracy, and durability. Available in over 500 configurations the MCX offers the utmost in mission-specific flexibility featuring user changeable barrels, free-floating M-LOK™ handguards, ambidextrous AR style controls, a folding adjustable stock, and a 30-round magazine.

SIG SAUER MPX Rifles: a groundbreaking sub-gun with a short-stroke gas piston operating system, featuring user changeable barrels available in varying lengths, a short aluminum KeyMod™ handguard, ambidextrous AR controls, and a 30-round magazine.

SIG SAUER 716G2 Rifles: a short-stroke pushrod gas system on an AR platform and 7.62 NATO caliber performance, a free-float handguard, ambidextrous controls, a telescoping stock, ambidextrous steel QD sling mounts, and a 20-round magazine.

SIG SAUER SP2022 Pistols: full-size suppressed and non-suppressed pistols featuring a durable, lightweight, and wear-resistant polymer frame with a nitron stainless steel slide, a double action/single action trigger, SIGLITE Night Sights, and an integrated M1913 accessory rail.

SIG SAUER TANGO6 Series Riflescopes: ruggedized and optimized for military use to withstand both close quarter battle operations and long range shooting. All TANGO6 series riflescopes are manufactured using anodized aircraft grade aluminum maintubes, and are available in multiple reticle and illumination options.

SIG SAUER Suppressors: designed to be part of a completely integrated pistol or rifle system to maximize overall performance resulting in the most advanced, most dependable suppressors.

SIG SAUER Accessories: to include various uppers, threaded barrels, and magazines.

To learn more about the SIG SAUER products in this U.S. Army COTS Award please visit sigsauer.com.


SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 100 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision. Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy – a world class, state-of-the-art, 140-acre training facility. SIG SAUER is headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, and has more than 1,700 employees across eight locations, and is the largest member of a worldwide business group that includes SIG SAUER GmbH & Co. KG in Germany. For more information about the company and product line visit: sigsauer.com.

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Craig, first off thank you for your service. Secondly, the MCX is literally an AR 15 with an AR 18 gas system. I agree that the AR is #1 and I think that the MCX is not enough of an upgrade to justify. I still think you should research before you post though, you seemed to be referring to the 550 series of Sig rifles from the 80s/90s. Also, a soy latte might not be a bad thing for you man, some healthy life choices might not hurt…


Your lack of misinformed information is HILARIOUS.. Please when posting be sure that your shit is together!! You may have had an bad experience with SIG or your just that angry of a human.. either way get the facts correct or shut up!!


I’m disabled.


Considering the various military forces that have used these over-priced arms made for the Swiss and the ‘limp-dik soy latte video game’ crowd.
For the last 30 years, Sigg and FN have been making over-priced low-rent arms. The military SOLDIERS have complained bitterly about those firearms and their LACK of interchangeable magazines, their high failure rates and poor ergonomics.
But, hey, it’s only our money and our sons and daughters. I guess the soy latte purchasing agents and female selection board types figure Americans can make more of each, regardless the true cost.


You sound like a Glock fan boy still butt hurt about not getting a military contract.


Wow. Did not take long to trigger the flaccid, non-competition shooting, non-military veteran, soy latte video game crowd. Anywhere in the U.S., in any rifle competition, the AR15 platform always commands the top three positions on the podium. No AK47s, no FN plastiguns, no Sigg cookoo clock guns, no HK Teutonic wonder guns, it is always an AR15 platform. Even in regimented position shooting, the M1A has been replaced for the last 16 years by the AR15 platform. So, you can scream, cry, stomp your feet, but, I have been shooting in competition for over 35 years, probably longer than… Read more »


Why don’t YOU tell us about your extensive military service and the decades of firearms competition experience you have and your Full name so we can verify, otherwise you are a Keyboard Hero hiding behind anonymity.


Damn, you sure are long winded. By the way Craig I don’t give a damn about a dash. P.S.- The more you say in your posts the less educated I think you are and stop bragging about your military service. True vets know who they are and don’t need the recognition.


Based on your extensive experience and knowledge of what?


Maybe that’s the plan. They’ll buy all this, and it will mysteriously materialize in backwater middle eastern areas. Just like our small arms and cash did in the late ’80s.
I mean, these days with Instagram and Facebook you have to be a stylish terrorist. You wouldn’t want to he caught with last year’s shemagh and a Chinese AK. Now, would you?
Sure would be nice though if some of the surplus this creates ended up on CTD, or Sporto’s site.

Ton E

Interchangeable magazines? In regards to what???


Craig, these are completely different from what you’re talking about…look up Sig USA and the MCX rifle. Not German or Swiss made… They can even use AR lowers. Lots to complain about here except for what you brought up LOL. Maybe you should research before you post…