SIG Sauer just announced the release of its latest rifle-caliber pistol, the M400 Switchblade. The Switchblade blends the performance of the popular M400 SDI into a pistol platform. But it retains rifle-caliber stopping power in a compact package.
SIG M400 Switchblade Details
“The M400 Switchblade brings an entirely new level of performance to the M400 product family with unmatched flexibility and capability,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales, SIG SAUER, Inc. “The pistol features fully ambidextrous controls to include the charging handle, selector, and unique to the SWITCHBLADE, the bolt catch and release for seamless transitions from hand to hand and rapid deployment of the catch. Additionally, the new MAGPUL BSL brace offers improved stability, and the rigid handguard is designed to withstand the weight of maximum accessory installation, truly making the M400 Switchblade the ultimate performance pistol.”
The M400 Switchblade comprises an aluminum-frame rifle-caliber pistol. It features a Cerakote Titanium Elite finish. Meanwhile, a telescoping Magpul BSL Brace adds versatility. The 11.5-inch cold hammer-forged carbon steel tapered barrel comes with a three-prong flash hider. A rigid free-floating handguard includes an M-LOK accessory rail. It installs with a clamp system. The pistol offers fully ambidextrous controls, including bolt catch, charging handle and selector switch. A two-stage Matchlite Duo Trigger helps shooters get the most accuracy out of the gun. Meanwhile, the platform comes optics-ready. Chambered in 5.56 NATO, it ships with one 30-round magazine. For even more info, please visit sigsauer.com.
SIG M400 Switchblade Specs
- Overall Length: 30 inches
- Height: 7.5 inches
- Overall width: 2.5 inches
- Barrel length: 11.5 inches
- Barrel Twist: 1:7
Merges M400 SDI Styling into Rifle-Caliber Pistol – Ballistic Magazine is written by Ballistic Staff for www.ballisticmag.com