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SIG Sauer 556 SWAT Rifle

April 1, 2009

Ever since it arrived months ago for testing, I've been putting the 556 SWAT SIG through its paces. The rifle has been everything I hoped for.

SIG Introduces .380 Subcompact Pistol

January 30, 2009
SIG Sauer Inc. introduced the P238 at the recent SHOT Show trade show in Orlando. The .380  ACP pistol is specifically designed as a concealed carry or backup handgun for legally armed citizens or law enforcement professionals.

SHOT Show 2009 Preview

January 1, 2009

Here’s a quick look at the latest ammo, handguns, and long guns that you will see in Orlando this month.

Dangerous Decibels

August 1, 2008

Noise is the enemy of communications and tactical awareness. So to improve the performance of law enforcement tactical units and protect the hearing of their highly trained operators, it's time for agencies nationwide to invest in suppressors for the weapons used by their entry teams.

SIG Sauer P250 Modular Pistol

July 1, 2008

With its new P250, SIG Sauer has embarked upon a completely novel concept in semi-automatic handguns—the modular pistol. The P250 is based upon a polymer grip module and metal frame/fire control assembly. This assembly is in fact the “pistol,” as it bears the serial number, which can be removed and inserted into another grip module.

SIG Sauer SP2022

February 1, 2007

SIG’s new 2022 pistol isn’t the first sidearm to have a polymer frame, but it’s a welcome addition to a new tradition of sidearms that has continued to grow in popularity.

SIG Sauer 229 SAS Pistol

May 1, 2006

With refinements like a radical dehorning, a DAK double-action-only trigger, tritium front night sight and chambering for the potent .40 S&W cartridge, the SIG 229 SAS possesses everything that an officer or agent could need. And it should. This newest member of the SIG is designed for professionals who carry their guns all day, every day.

SIG Arms SIG Tac Tactical Auto Knife

March 1, 2005

SIG Arms takes its SIG Tac knives as seriously as it does its handguns. The Tactical Auto's handle is made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, which is hard anodized for durability. ATS-34 steel is used in the blade because it is easy to sharpen and holds a good edge.

SIG Arms Granite Series Rail 1911

December 1, 2004

The folks at SIG have done it again. Not content to have one of the classic designs in police autopistols in their "P-series" double-action models, they have rocked the boat by introducing their own 1911 platform.

Trigger Test

March 1, 2003

Each trigger mechanism has a loyal group of supporters. Each claims that its favored type of trigger is the "most practical" or "safest" for law enforcement.

Laser Sights for SIG Pistols

January 1, 2003
LaserMax has expanded its SIG Sauer laser sight line with new models for the P239 and P245. Each LaserMax sight has a highly visible laser beam to improve accuracy and aiming speed in low light.

Precision Instrument

September 1, 2002

As the sear releases the striker and the primer ignites, it's now the rifle's job to deliver that bullet exactly where it must go.

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