SIG Sauer Hosts SIG Freedom Days

See and shoot the latest guns, including military and law enforcement models.

posted on March 31, 2022
SIG Sauer Freedom Days

SIG Freedom Days—the first ever total consumer SIG range and shooting experience hosted by SIG Sauer—will take place May 6 to 8, 2022, at Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix, AZ. Cost for a daily pass is $79.95.

Guests at SIG Freedom Days will have the opportunity to shoot nearly 50 different SIG Sauer firearms, including the entire newly released SPECTRE Comp Series of guns, the most popular EDC P365 series, the P320 to include the U.S. Army’s P320-M17 and the U.S. Marine Corps P320-M18. In addition, the MCX rifle in multiple configurations will be available, including the MCX-SPEAR, as well as yet to be released SIG firearms, and much more. Additionally, attendees will also get to shoot some of Mossberg’s most popular shotguns and Crossbows from Xpedition Archery.

This event also includes live demonstrations from Team SIG’s professional shooters as well as Jerry Miculek, the greatest competitive shooter of all-time. Enthusiasts who attend can learn tips and drills about carry optics from Team SIG Captain and Carry Optics World Champion Max Michel, modern EDC carry tips for women from Lena Miculek, and precision shooting from World Sniper Champion and former Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) Captain Daniel Horner. Team SIG and Jerry Miculek will also host a daily speed-shooting demonstration and interactive contest with SIG prizes. There will also be additional demonstrations from other professionals, such as SGM Kyle Lamb (ret.), owner of Viking Tactics and SGM Mike Glover (ret.), owner of Fieldcraft Survival.

It’s also a chance to connect with a variety of sponsors at the event, including Black Rifle Coffee Company, XPEDITION Archery, Mossberg, 5.11 Tactical, Fieldcraft Survival, and more. You can also meet notable personalities, like New York Times best-selling author Jack Carr (get autographs in his Terminal List Series books), Justin Melnick with his dog Dita from the popular series “SEAL Team,” and meet MSG Scotty Neal (ret.), from the notable “12 Strong” initiative in Afghanistan.

SIG Freedom Days daily passes are already available and include the opportunity to shoot 10 stages featuring SIG pistols and rifles (ammunition included), and access to all activities and demonstrations. Additional 5-stage purchase opportunity will be available on-site for $29.95.


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