Gun Deals: Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete $569.99

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Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete Deal
Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Optics Planet has the Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete in 5.56 NATO with the ATLAS R-ONE Handguard for $569.99. The Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete generally retails for $1155.00!? This is a crazy-good smoking-deal!

Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete.Buy Now Gun Deals

Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 Upper Receiver Assembly allows operators to upgrade their current AR-15/M16/M4-type rifles from direct gas impingement systems to the SIG SAUER advanced short-stroke pushrod system. This advanced operating system reduces carbon fouling, excessive heat, and unburned powder in the action, ensuring reliability and function that is unmatched.

Barrels feature an A2 flash suppressor and are threaded 1/2″x28 TPI, allowing the SIG516 to adapt to a number of aftermarket accessories and suppressor mounts.

Specifications for Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete:

  • Color: Black
  • Finish: Anodized
  • Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
  • Barrel Length: 14.5 in
  • Gun Model: SIG Sauer SIG 516

A standard 5.56mm NATO chrome-lined chamber and bore ensure reliable function in any environment.

Gun Deals: Sig Sauer Sig516 Gen 2 5.56 Upper Receiver Assembly Complete $569.99

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CourageousLion
CourageousLion
16 days ago

I ran 1000 rounds through a gas mitigated AR 15 once just to see how soon it would fail from not cleaning it. Well at 1000 rounds I figured that was enough and I cleaned it anyway. This redesign of a proven design makes no sense to me, PLUS it is ugly with its outdated picatinny quad rail on it. SIG thinks their poop don’t stink. $569 is STILL overpriced. That’s my 2 cents worth.

Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
22 days ago

OV,

Pistols or rifles?
They are OK , my daughter uses a db-9 as her back-up. It prefers win as I remember. Too small for my hands, but she shoots nice groups at combat ranges with it.
The DB-15 is an acceptable low end rifle.
What else can I tell you?

Last edited 22 days ago by Dave in Fairfax
Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
22 days ago

OV,

$600 USED? Wow, I think mine was $399 new.
I doubt that they were made by Colt, but stranger things have happened. I don’t have one of each to break down and compare. If one showed up again, I’d grab it. They aren’t fancy, but I don’t believe in safe queens so that isn’t an issue.

Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
21 days ago

Nolo problemo

musicman44mag
musicman44mag
2 months ago

Oh, Oh, Oh, watch out, the barrel isn’t 16 inches long. It’s the dreaded SBR. You might have to pay a tax and get special permission to own it in a few months or become a felon if you don’t register it. Don’t forget, with the new rules that have just been written even though they are not going to be enforced, YET, you cannot have the barrel shroud on it either because it is a second place to hold on to it which makes it a rifle. Oh no, Mr. Bill.

What bullshit. SBR = So Beware Republicans.

Cam
Cam
14 days ago
Reply to  musicman44mag

You could blind pin and weld.
It’s weird that they keep pushing this deal when it’s estimated to be in stock 5-8 months from now. Might be in stock after it’s illegal period

Core
Core
2 months ago

Nice!

Justin Case
Justin Case
2 months ago

But I want a 10.5!

Cam
Cam
2 months ago
Reply to  Justin Case

Yea, I was excited when I saw the picture and thought yes. Then I read the specs and said No!
Why the pic of the 10.5 but selling the 14.5?

archmark
archmark
2 months ago
Reply to  Cam

It’s the classic Bait & Switch. Retailers have been doing it since commerce first began…

Patrickjk47
Patrickjk47
2 months ago

Can this upper receiver fire 55 grain ammo without failure or complications?

Core
Core
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrickjk47

I would guess yes due to gas piston. However, you may not get the greatest expansion and stabilization.

archmark
archmark
2 months ago
Reply to  Patrickjk47

Sure, depending on what your definition of “complications” is…