This is the second rifle model presented by SigSauer in 2020 and is also manufactured entirely in Germany.

Like its older brother, the 200 Phoenix, it is a weapon designed to be able to change barrels and calibers with maximum speed and simplicity. This allows the set to be used according to the needs of each moment of the shooter or hunter.

Approach is performed by six teats that fit inside the
cannon, providing the whole with an exceptional solidity and thus favoring the
precision. The frame is machined from a solid block of aluminum
aerospace. Its cylinder head, ergonomic and ultralight, has a cheek and
adjustable corner, the latter being a piece of rough rubber to absorb the
recoil of the weapon. The trigger, of a single time, is adjusted from the factory to 1,200 gr.

It lacks aiming elements and incorporates a small Picatinny rail at the front of the handguard to mount a bipod or other accessories. The barrels, cold hammered and with different lengths and diameters, are another strong point of this rifle and give it tremendous versatility.

Offers in the following configurations: Standard, 51 cm. (20" and 17 mm of
diameter), Semi-heavy, 60 cm. (24" and 19 mm. in diameter) and Ultra Match, 70 cm.
(28" and 21 mm diameter). The expected calibers for this model are 6XC, 6.5
Creedmoor, 6.5×55 SE, .308 Win and .30-06 Sprg. Chargers are manufactured
with steel sheet and its capacity is three cartridges although there are
available with five cartridges.

these characteristics make the new 200 Max a multipurpose weapon that
It will satisfy both shooters and more demanding hunters.

Calibers: 6XC, 6.5
Creedmoor, 6.5×55 SE, .308 WIN, .30-06 Sprg.

cannon: Standard 51 cm. (17 mm. diameter), semi-heavy 60 cm. (19 mm. diameter),
Ultra Match 70 cm. (21 mm. diameter)

Stretch mark: 1:7,5 / 1:10

weapon: 3.400 gr.

Charger: 3+1 (5+1 optional)

trigger: 1.200 gr.

Estimated RRP: 2.399€ (750€ single cylinder head)

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