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Just got email today. Anybody know a price?
 
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I am not sure on the MSRP but if it is priced right I am interested in it.
 
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at about 1:20 he says $1299.


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Damn, Sig's getting competitive in the .308 market ! The pervious gen's were $2k+...
 
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Damn, Sig's getting competitive in the .308 market ! The pervious gen's were $2k+...


This is a DI 308. If my dealer had the right info - it is similar to the rifle that Sig sold to India.
 
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It actually looks nice!

I'm still not ready to invest in .308 yet. But this looks good. I'm still wanting a SCAR though.

They also need to proofread.




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Does it follow one the patterns? I really would love to see someone pickup the DPMS g2. The small receiver .308 is a sweet rifle.


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This is a DI 308. If my dealer had the right info - it is similar to the rifle that Sig sold to India.


Awww, it all makes sense now... https://www.ballisticmag.com/2...di-rifle-first-look/
 
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Originally posted by CandyMan.45:
Damn, Sig's getting competitive in the .308 market ! The pervious gen's were $2k+...


This is a DI 308. If my dealer had the right info - it is similar to the rifle that Sig sold to India.


If it’s DI, then SIG ought to change the name given that the previous 716 was a piston gun. A bit of bait and switch and/or dodgy advertising, I think. When SIG started making DI ARs, they at least came up with a different name (M400) to differentiate it from the piston 516.
 
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Gas system length on these?

I'm not seeing, ( so far ) this listed. From the pic, the gas block looks to be farther forward than carbine length, so perhaps it's mid-length or somewhere in that vicinity. It doesn't look to have all that much barrel left for the best dwell time, but if it's around a mid-length system, I could work with that.




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If it’s DI, then SIG ought to change the name given that the previous 716 was a piston gun. A bit of bait and switch and/or dodgy advertising, I think. When SIG started making DI ARs, they at least came up with a different name (M400) to differentiate it from the piston 516.


Hundred percent agree with this !
 
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Originally posted by CandyMan.45:
Damn, Sig's getting competitive in the .308 market ! The pervious gen's were $2k+...


This is a DI 308. If my dealer had the right info - it is similar to the rifle that Sig sold to India.


If it’s DI, then SIG ought to change the name given that the previous 716 was a piston gun. A bit of bait and switch and/or dodgy advertising, I think. When SIG started making DI ARs, they at least came up with a different name (M400) to differentiate it from the piston 516.


I think the "I" stands for "Impingement". Perhaps "DI" would have been a better suffix.
 
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