Tonight on American Rifleman TV: SIG Sauer MCX and MPX; TriStar Setter Shotgun; CZ Scorpion

posted on February 10, 2016
With most SIG Sauer firearms now manufactured in the U.S., with plans for the remaining German-made products to transition here in the future, American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz makes a return visit to SIG's Newington, N.H., factory to get another look at some new guns getting a lot of buzz—the MCX multi-caliber rifle and MPX family of submachine guns. The MPX has undergone redevelopment since we first visited the factory in 2014, and you can get the latest on both it and the MCX in tonight's episode. 

Our "Rifleman Review" is the TriStar Setter, an affordable over-under shotgun, and 

"I Have This Old Gun" takes a look at Cold War classic machine pistol, the CZ Scorpion.

American Rifleman TV airs Wednesday nights on Outdoor Channel.


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