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    Default sig mpx-p

    anyone shot one of these before?


    It also has an attachment to turn it into a SBR thats ATF friendly

    Caliber 9mm NATO, Converts to .357SIG or .40S&W
    Action Type Semi-Auto / Select Fire Available
    Operating System Closed, fully locked short stroke pushrod gas system
    Overall Length (Telescoping Stock) Min (Closed) 338 mm/13.3 in, Max (Open) N/A
    Overall Length (Folding Stock) Min (Closed) 338 mm/ 13.3 in, Max (Open) N/A
    Overall Height (with 30 Rd Mag) 265 mm/10.4 in
    Overall Width 52 mm/2.0 in
    Barrel Length 165 mm/6.5 in
    Sight Radius 270 mm/10.6 in
    Cyclic Rate 850 RPM


    Might be a nice AR alternative?
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    We have one. It shoots nice, but works best as a SBR. Magazines are hard to find and expensive. Sad part is most things/parts are proprietary.
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    think its worth looking at over a 9mm ar?
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    When you compare the cost of a 9mm AR vs the Sig MPX (or even the EVO Scorpion), the 9mm AR wins. You have more flexibility in design since it's still an AR platform.
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