Long-Awaited SIG MPX in 9 mm Now Shipping

posted on April 11, 2015

SIG Sauer has announced that one of its most highly anticipated new products, the SIG MPX, is now on its way to distributors. The semi-automatic SIG MPX in 9 mm should begin to appear on retailers’ shelves within the next few weeks, according to a press release. undefinedundefined

This 21st century take on the submachine gun platform has been one of the most talked-about new products since its reveal, and SIG Sauer fans have been eagerly awaiting this release.

“We made the decision to start shipping the 9 mm variants of the SIG MPX rather than continue to delay its launch as we finalize testing on the .40 and .357 SIG variants,” said John Brasseur, director of product management for SIG. “We now have the 9 mm variants in full production and will be shipping on a daily basis.”

SIG MPX-P (pistol), SIG MPX-P-PSB (pistol, with SBX Pistol Stabilizing Brace) and SIG MPX (short-barrel rifle) is available as semi-automatic options for the civilian market. A carbine-length model is in development now. Select-fire submachine gun variants will be available to military and law enforcement agencies.

MSRP for the pistol variant SIG MPX-P starts at $1,576. The SIG MPX-P-PSB, which includes a side-folding SBX pistol stabilizing brace, starts at $1,862. The semi-automatic SIG MPX SBR starts at an MSRP of $2,062.

To see all the options and learn more about the SIG MPX and all of the new paradigm-changing products from SIG Sauer, please visit www.sigevolution.com.

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