So, it’s been about 7 months since my initial review of the Sig Sauer MPX and I feel like there is need for an update. To begin with, I’ve finally been able to shoot the gun suppressed. I recently built a Form 1 9mm titanium suppressor and tried it out on the MPX, and coming […]Read more "Sig Sauer MPX-PSB Update!"
While working my weekend job a few years back, I had the pleasure of speaking with a tourist from Sweden who was vacationing in Alaska. As we chatted about what guns we had in stock and the calibers available, he brought up that his personal Go-To rifle was a Weatherby Mark V in .340 Weatherby […]Read more "Review: SilencerCo Harvester 30 – JUST BUY IT"
DISCLAIMER: I’m assuming that if you are reading this, you are an intelligent adult who is aware of what laws govern sound suppressors in your country. In my country (the good ol’ U.S. of A), it is illegal to manufacture a suppressor without seeking approval and obtaining a tax stamp from the Bureau of Alcohol, […]Read more "Let’s chat about suppressor design"
I will begin this review by stating that I am in no way a Sig Sauer fan boy. In fact, up until I had the opportunity to get trigger time on the MPX, I hadn’t ever been impressed by the lineup of firearms put out by Sig. This was an opinion developed after shooting a couple […]Read more "Review: Sig P238 (Extreme)"
I must admit, I’ve had two very prevalent fascinations over the past year or so: Sound suppressors and running a .300 Blackout AR-15 pistol with an aftermarket piston system. The first fascination compliments the second fascination, so the two marry especially well. However, the second fascination is the problematic player in the relationship. I can […]Read more "The Quiet Piston-Driven .300 Blackout Pistol: An Obtainable Unicorn"
There has been an explosion of advancements in the firearms industry over the past decade. In fact, this explosion of advancement has led to the popularization of many old concepts that have been modernized and made new again by the internet, such as the short stroke gas piston, the bullpup rifle, and the pistol caliber […]Read more "Review: Sig Sauer MPX-PSB 9mm"
So, as of 5/17/2015, I had yet to verify that the Sig Sauer MPX could actually take any AR-15 drop in trigger. Well, a buddy of mine just happens to have an MPX, and this is what he sent me this morning: What you are looking at is an MPX lower receiver with the stock […]Read more "Confirmed: Sig Sauer MPX will accept AR-15 Drop in triggers"