Newest addition to the MCX family
SIG Sauer Inc. introduces the MCX RATTLER Canebrake, the newest addition to the MCX family, at SHOT Show 2019. The MCX RATTLER Canebrake was created for those that desire the MCX as a suppressed system and eliminates the need to purchase additional components to do so, says Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG Sauer, Inc. The RATTLER Canebrake comes with a factory installed inert training device, making it operable right out of the box while NFA paperwork and waiting periods are completed, and then is easily convertible to run suppressed.
The MCX RATTLER Canebrake comes as a suppressor ready platform with an SD handguard and inert training device that mimics the size and weight of the SIGSRD762 suppressor and assures all muzzle flash is past the shooter’s hand when reaching out on the handguard during operation without a functional suppressor installed. With the MCX RATTLER Canebrake theres no need for the purchase of a shorter barrel kit and SD Handguard to have a suppressed MCX system, simply unthread the inert training device, install your suppressor, and select the appropriate gas setting for your ammunition.
Additional features of the MCX RATTLER Canebrake, which is 29.5in long with a 5.5in barrel, weighing 6lbs, include a 2-stage flat-blade match trigger, Cerakote E190 finished upper and lower, a folding coyote-tan PCB, and comes with one 30-round polymer 300BLK Magpul magazine.