New: SIG Sauer MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle

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posted on June 28, 2020
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SIG Sauer's new MCX Virtus pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) Air Rifle (MSRP: $349.99) is now shipping.

SIG MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle
The HPA bottle inside the synthetic stock is intended to be filled with compressed air only. Also notice the folding sights. This would make a good trainer and/or varmint gun.


Based on the MCX Virtus Patrol Rifle, the .22-cal. MCX Virtus PCP semi-automatic air rifle includes a 30-round rapid pellet magazine and 17.5-inch barrel with M-LOK handguard for mounting accessories. The Virtus is powered by a regulated, 13-cubic-inch, high-pressure air cylinder prominently located in the stock. Maximum fill pressure is 3,000 psi and output is controlled at 1,100 psi. The air cylinder is refillable and can deliver up to 150 shots per fill.

The new .22-cal. MCX Virtus PCP Air Rifle shoots up to 700 fps with muzzle energy of 11 foot-pounds. As mentioned, the barrel length is 17.5 inches and the overall length is 37.25 inches. Additionally, the weight is 7.5 pounds.

Learn more at sigsauer.com.


See more: SIG Sauer P226 Legion Musings

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