SIG716

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posted on September 4, 2012
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To create the 716, SIG took the proven features of its popular 516 series and applied them to an AR-based rifle chambered in 7.62 x 51mm.

The 716 provides familiar handling and enhanced power, all from a trusted industry name—making it an ideal Gun of the Week.

Note: The SIG716 Patrol Rifle is not California compliant. The company does offer a version that is compliant in Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

Technical Specifications:

Action: Semi-Auto
Caliber:
7.62x51 mm NATO
Overall Length:
37.4"
Trigger Type:
MIL-SPEC
Trigger Weight:
7.6 lbs.
Barrel Length:
16”
Rifling:
1 in 10"
Weight:
9.3 lbs., Unloaded
Capacity:
20 Rounds
MSRP: $2,132

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