SIG CROSS RIFLE
SIG CROSS RIFLE Designed and built from the ground up at the SIG SAUER research and development facilities in New Hampshire with the input of hunters, military snipers and elite long-range shooters, the CROSS rifle was created to meet the demands of both precision long-range shooting and extreme backcountry hunting.
– Under 6.5 lbs, the lightest, most portable rifle in its class (up to 40% lighter)
– Folding Precision-Style Stock
– 1-Piece receiver for increased accuracy
– Available in .308 / 277 SIG FURY with a 16″ barrel (collapsible to 25″)
– Available in 6.5 Creedmoor with an 18″ barrel (collapsible to 27″)
– Designed and built in the U.S.A
The SIG Sauer CROSS is a light-weight bolt-action rifle manufactured by SIG Sauer’s North American branch headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire in the United States, as a “precision hunting” rifle designed to “meet the demands of both precision long-range shooting and extreme backcountry hunting”, available in three different calibers. Announced in December 2019, it is the company’s first bolt-action offering since the SSG 3000 was introduced in 1992.
The rifle is available in three chamberings: .308 Winchester, 6.5mm Creedmoor, or .277 FURY.[a] Barrel length is either 16-inch (410 mm) for .308 Winchester and .277 FURY chamberings, or 18-inch (460 mm) for the 6.5mm Creedmoor chambering. Weight is either 6.5 pounds (2.9 kg) or 6.8 pounds (3.1 kg), respectively. The rifle is available in black or camouflage (“First Lite Cipher”) finishes. Trigger-pull is adjustable from 2.5 lbf (11 N) to 4.5 lbf (20 N). and both have similarities with the Ritter & Stark SX-1 MTR, which was introduced in 2016.