Sig's M400 Tread Snakebite SE is a highly sought-after AR-style rifle that combines reliability, accuracy and versatility. Chambered in 5.56 NATO, and designed for both tactical applications and recreational shooting, this rifle offers a range of features that make it a standout in its class. Whether you're a seasoned shooter or a beginner, the Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE delivers impressive performance and functionality.
Key features of this fine rifle:
Snakebite SE Design: The Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE showcases a unique Snakebite Special Edition design, featuring a distinct finish and aesthetic enhancements. This limited edition rifle stands out with its eye-catching appearance and attention to detail.
Enhanced Durability: Built with a durable aluminum frame and a steel barrel, the Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE is built to withstand the rigors of demanding shooting conditions. With a Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finish on the receiver and barrel, the rifle offers a robust and reliable platform that can handle continuous use and harsh environments.
Lightweight Construction: Despite its durability, the M400 Tread Snakebite SE remains lightweight, tipping the scales at just 7 pounds, making it easy to handle and maneuver. This ensures comfort and ease of use during extended shooting sessions or tactical engagements.
Adjustable Stock: The rifle features a 6-position adjustable stock, allowing shooters to customize the length of pull to their preference or shooting scenario. This adjustable feature accommodates different body sizes and shooting positions, enhancing overall ergonomics and comfort.
M-LOK Handguard: The M400 Tread Snakebite SE is equipped with a free-floating M-LOK handguard that provides ample space for the attachment of accessories such as optics, lights, lasers and foregrips. This modular system allows for easy customization and personalization of the rifle.
Enhanced Trigger: The rifle comes with a 2-stage match trigger that offers a smooth and consistent pull. This results in improved accuracy and shot placement, allowing shooters to achieve greater precision in their shooting.
Optics-Ready Design: The Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE features an optics-ready design, with a full-length Picatinny top rail for the attachment of various optics and sights. This allows users to easily mount their preferred optic for quick target acquisition and enhanced accuracy.
Improved Ergonomics: The rifle incorporates an ergonomic grip and a textured handguard, providing a comfortable and secure grip for the shooter. The enhanced ergonomics contribute to better control and handling, ensuring a positive shooting experience.
Reliable Functionality: Sig Sauer is known for its commitment to quality and reliability, and the M400 Tread Snakebite SE is no exception. With its robust construction and meticulous craftsmanship, this rifle offers dependable performance and consistent functionality.
5.56 NATO: The Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE is chambered in 5.56 NATO, which allows for the use of both 5.56 NATO and .223 Remington ammunition. This versatility gives shooters a wide range of ammunition options for different shooting applications.
The Sig M400 Tread Snakebite SE rifle is a high-quality AR-style rifle that combines aesthetics, functionality and performance. With its unique Snakebite Special Edition design, lightweight construction, adjustable stock, and optics-ready platform, this rifle offers shooters a reliable and customizable option for tactical operations, competitive shooting, training and practice.
Order yours today and experience this fine special edition rifle yourself.
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