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SIG SAUER is pleased to introduce the new SIG AIR ProForce MCX Virtus airsoft rifle. Designed and engineered for professionals and discerning recreational shooters, the MCX is the latest offering from the rapidly growing SIG AIR division of SIG SAUER.
The SIG SAUER ProForce P229 – the official training firearm of the U.S. Coast Guard – is now shipping to the commercial market. The semi-automatic ProForce P229 is a full-size, metal frame airsoft pistol with an ergonomic polymer grip. Powered by
SIG SAUER is pleased to announce the SIG SAUER Super Target .177 caliber, single-shot pneumatic air pistol is now available, along with a new line of pellets from SIG AIR. The new Super Target is a highly accurate, all-metal, entry-level
The new Hercules Bully from Hatsan, provides hunters with a lightweight airgun that packs a powerful punch. Following up on the success of the Hercules rifle, the Bully features a more compact bullpup design and delivers serious stopping power. The Hercules
SIG SAUER's new P365 BB Pistol is now shipping. Modeled after the award-winning SIG SAUER P365 everyday, high capacity, micro-compact, concealed carry pistol, this CO2-powered, semi-automatic BB pistol features realistic blowback action and is an exceptional training tool for personal
SIG SAUER’s P365 handgun is offered as a complete system from SIG. This system not only includes holsters, magazines up to 12 rounds in capacity and a special ammunition, now there is a SIG Air P365 trainer that fires BBs. One
From the SIG AIR division SIG SAUER is pleased to introduce the new MCX Virtus pre-charged pneumatic (PCP) Air Rifle featuring the SIG proprietary 30-round rapid pellet magazine (RPM). Based on the MCX Virtus Patrol Rifle, the .22 caliber MCX Virtus
FORT SMITH, AR (April 22, 2019) – Umarex USA, Inc., manufacturer of the world’s most powerful .50 caliber production airgun being built in the U.S.A, will be exhibiting its newest industry leading Umarex Airguns, Axeon Optics, and Exude Illuminators at