SIG SAUER’s M17 and M18 have replaced the Beretta M9 as the service pistol for the U.S. military. SIG SAUER has successfully won military contracts on various weapon platforms. When the M17 and M18 original drop SIG SAUER didn’t have an optic ready for the new service pistol until now. SIG SAUER is proud to introduce its latest optic the ROMEO-M17 red dot sight.
Gear & Optics|Optics Since 2019, SIG has been working diligently behind the scenes on developing a new pistol red dot sight for the SIG M17 and M18 platforms. After years […]
Firearms|Handguns On Monday, SIG SAUER released a limited run of the M17 X-Change kits. This new kit from SIG allows for owners of the P320 Fire Control Unit (FCU) to […]
Firearm|Firearm Accessories Last year, Flux Defense introduces the firearms community to the Flux Defense MP17. Which turned your M17/18 or P320 into a PDW platform. Giving the users the ability […]
Last week, Sig Sauer announced the sale of Surplus M17 pistols to the civilian market. Really? Already? Some of you might be asking. There is a reason why Sig Sauer has a surplus of the military’s new M17 pistol. The U.S. Army has decided to transition away from the original coyote tan controls to pistols with black finished controls.
Last week, the Consumer Products Safety Commission released their had been a recall on Blackhawk T-Series LC2 holsters. The defect in the LC2 holsters was that it could disengage the safety when holstering your Sig M17/18.