Long-range tactical rifle designed with the shooter in mind, the ultimate in big-bore, long-range power the SIG50™ bolt-action tactical rifle. The SIG50 offers a match grade trigger that breaks cleanly at 3.5 pounds. Fully user-customizable ergonomics include an adjustable cheek rest and ergonomic pistol grip stock with a butt plate adjustable for length of pull. Additionally, the stock also detaches for ease of transport, yet locks up firmly to provide optimal support and strength. A 29” heavy fluted barrel features a recoil-reducing muzzle break that minimizes wear and fatigue on the shooter. Weighing in at only 23.5” pounds, SIG SAUER® has created the perfect blend between lightweight portability and manageable recoil. The full length
machined M1913 rails allow for rock solid, repeatable mounting of optics, night vision, bipods and laser designators. Designed with input from former military snipers, the SIG50 is a durable, accurate tactical rifle that delivers robust down range energy.
Item Number R50-H29F-AM
Caliber: .50 BMG
Overall Length: 57.0 in
Length with Stock Removed: 46.12 in
Barrel Length W/ Muzzle Brake: 29.0 in
Barrel Contour: Heavy Fluted
Rifling Twist: 1 in 15 in
Number of Grooves: 6 RH
Weight w/out Mag: 23.5 lbs
Mag Capacity: 5 Rounds
Mag Type: Metal Box
Trigger: Single Stage Adjustable w/Safety
Features: Heavy Duty steel bipod, Detachable stock, Anti-Glare Duracoat Coating
CA Compliant: No
MA Compliant: No
Shipping: All firearms must be shipped to a federal firearms dealer. If
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during checkout. If you do not know your dealer, but would like to place
an order, you can proceed without dealer information and we will
contact you for your dealer information after checkout.
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orders to Alaska and Hawaii orders must ship via FedEx or UPS. No "best
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 10 April, 2010.