SHOT Show 2018: SIG Sauer SIG716 G2 Rifle

posted on January 21, 2018

The SIG716 G2 rifle from SIG Sauer saw an upgrade in 2018. Now available in the popular 6.5 Creedmoor, the rifle is built with a number of enhancements that provide an all-around better precision rifle for consumers.

Some of the stand-out features on the SIG716 G2 include the addition of an all-new one-piece handguard complete with a continuous Picatinny top rail that provides shooters with 20 MOA of built-in elevation. The rifle is also equipped with a Magpul PRS user-adjustable stock.

For more information on the new SIG Sauer SIG716 G2, check out our video above.


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