SIG Sauer has announced the new CROSS Magnum, the latest model in the company’s CROSS bolt-action rifle lineup.
The SIG Sauer CROSS Magnum rifle is chambered in .300 Winchester Magnum and sports a 24-inch user-changeable 5R medium contour barrel, an aluminum coyote anodized frame and a two-stage match trigger. This bolt-action rifle also features the new magnum action receiver with a free-floating handguard, full-length M-Lok and ARCA rail handguard, forward angle PRS-style grip and right thumb rest safety and folding adjustable precision stock. In addition, the SIG Sauer CROSS Magnum bolt-action rifle ships with a six-round AICS magazine.
More from SIG Sauer: “After years of research and development, and countless months of testing in the harshest environments, comes the SIG Sauer CROSS Magnum; the release answers the call to bring magnum-class calibers to the CROSS family of bolt-action rifles while building on the foundation and innovation that made the CROSS a leader in its class.”
With the new magnum action receiver design, the CROSS Magnum bolt-action rifle should allow for easy barrel changes while keeping your scope and Picatinny rail mounted. There’s also a new folding hinge, improved stock-retention and a stronger lock-up. And thanks to the M-Lok and ARCA rail, adjusting an attached tripod or bipod should be a breeze.
As mentioned, the .300 Win. Mag. barrel length is 24 inches, with a 1:9-inch barrel twist. SIG Sauer also said the integrated radial compensator design reduces the felt recoil of the magnum caliber by 45 percent.
MSRP is $2,499.99. Learn more about the SIG Sauer CROSS Magnum bolt-action rifle at sigsauer.com.