ICYMI: Sig Sauer announces MCX Rattler Canebrake now shipping

The MCX Rattler Canebrake brings a Cerakoted, suppressor ready design to the MCX family. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

Sig Sauer let loose that its new MCX Rattler Canebrake is officially shipping and headed towards retailers nationwide. The 300 Blackout chambered MCX Rattler Canebrake features a suppressor ready style offering an inert training device mimicking the SIGSRD762 suppressor.

The rifle measures 29.5-inches in length with weight resting around 6 pounds. The 5.5-inch barrel is protected by an SD Handguard. The system utilizes a design that allows shooters to safely grip the handguard without worrying about muzzle flash.

Sig Sauer said the MCX Rattler Canebrake is an easy system for those looking to swap in a suppressor. “With the MCX Rattler Canebrake there’s no need for the purchase of a shorter barrel kit and SD Handguard to have a suppressed MCX system, simply unthread the inert training device, install your suppressor, and select the appropriate gas setting for your ammunition,” Sig Sauer said in a news release.

The rifle finishes its construction with a 2-stage flat-blade match trigger, folding coyote-tan PCB and Cerakote E190 finished upper and lower. The system ships with a 300 BLK Magpul magazine. MSRP sits just south of $3,000.

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