SIG SAUER Introduces the MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle

SIG SAUER Introduces the MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle
SIG SAUER Introduces the MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle

NEWINGTON, N.H.-(Ammoland.com)- From the SIG AIR division SIG SAUER is pleased to introduce the new MCX Virtus pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) Air Rifle featuring the SIG proprietary 30-round rapid pellet magazine (RPM).

Based on the MCX Virtus Patrol Rifle, the .22 caliber MCX Virtus PCP semi-automatic air rifle has a 17.5-inch barrel with M-LOK™ handguard for easy mounting of accessories. The Virtus is powered by a regulated, 13-cubic-inch, high-pressure air cylinder located in the stock. Maximum fill pressure is 3,000 psi and output is controlled at 1,100 psi ensuring consistent shots. The air cylinder is refillable and delivers up to 150 shots per fill.

“The new MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle is powerful enough to hunt small game such as squirrels and rabbits and is great for pest control in addition to target shooting,” said Joseph Huston, Vice President and General Manager of SIG AIR. “Unlike CO2-powered airguns, the high-pressure air in PCP models are less affected by extreme swings in temperature, making the MCX Virtus PCP an excellent all-weather airgun. Performance will be consistent, whether shooting on hot summer days or in freezing temperatures.”

The .22 caliber MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle shoots up to 700 fps with muzzle energy of 11 ft-lbs.

MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle:

  • Total length: 37.25”
  • Barrel length: 17.5”
  • Weight: 7.5 lbs
  • Finish: Gray
  • Muzzle Velocity: up to 700 fps
  • Muzzle Energy: 11 ft-lbs
  • Caliber: .22
  • Magazine Capacity: 30
  • Power Source: High-Pressure Air

The MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle will be on display at the SIG SAUER Booth (#3912) at National Rifle Association (NRA) Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 26 – 28, 2019. The MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle will be available to consumers summer 2019.

MSRP: $349.99

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Kiko Kane

Come on you guys…. This is a freaking air gun. You are not going bring down an Elk or even a 90 pound pig. These things are super fun to shoot in the backyard and they feel just like a powder burner except for the lack of nose and recoil. Put up a .22 rated dueling tree and buy a couple of these for a kick ass time in the backyard!!!! They are quality guns,,, hence the price. Quit yer bitchin…

Jake
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Jake

Waited all that time since they announced 2 years ago. And they deliver an underpowered novelty. I’ll wait until someone mods it to 30fpe or .25.

James Hall
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James Hall

Pretty expensive for a pellet gun. Put 200$ with it and buy a real rifle

Jake
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Jake

That’s not expensive for an air rifle. Obviously you know nothing about air rifles.

Crazy nick
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Crazy nick

Probably best use my 12g that stops mice rats squirrels hogs cars……. I not tried a tank?

Brian
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Brian

Exacly, I don’t need 150 shots of 11lbs. Doesn’t say anything about a adjuster, but possibly a regulator upgrade would be in order.

Larry Regelin
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Larry Regelin

Anemic? Not if you know how to shoot one. My Daisy Powerlie is less then 700 and will stop a red squirrel in its tracks. (using a .177 pellet. He’ll get about 15 feet when a standard BB is uses)

Harvey Basir Clanton
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Harvey Basir Clanton

Why it’s the pricBasire so high?

Barskon S Moore
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Barskon S Moore

These are actually cheap compared to the bigger caliber airguns like the .30 or .50 they go for over a grand and up.

Matt
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Matt

I hope the power level is adjustable because Muzzle Velocity: up to 700 fps & Muzzle Energy: 11 ft-lbs in the PCP arena is rather anemic.