SIG Sauer is now showing two new M400 rifles on their website: the Predator and the Muddy Girl. Â The guns address two distinctly different markets for the AR-15 rifle market.
The new SIG M400 Predator rifle is designed for long range precision: for either hunting or competition. Â Chambered for the 5.56 NATO, the rifle uses a 18″ barrel made of 416 stainless steel. Â The barrel has a 1:8″ twist rate.
M400 Predator Details
- quick detach sling mounts
- aluminum Hogue free float, tube-style handguard
- threaded and capped barrel
- ambidextrous magazine release
- match trigger
- Magpul MOE fixed stock
- SIG pistol grip
- weight: 6 pounds, 1 ounce
- barrel length: Â 18″
- overall length: Â 36.25″
- item #Â RM400-H18SS-PRED
A single five-round magazine ships with the M400 Predator. Â The rifle carries a suggested retail price of $1,384.
The M400 Muddy Girl is more than just a pink and black camo pattern on the furniture. Â It uses Magpul MOE furniture (pistol grip, handguard and stock) like the M400 Enhanced, but it has a folding front sight instead of a standard A2-style front sight.
Chambered in 5.56 NATO, the rifle has a 16″ chrome-lined barrel barrel with a 1:7″ twist. Â An A2-style flash suppressor is standard. Â The rifle comes with a single 30-round Magpul PMAG. Â MSRP is $1,394 and it carries a SIG item # ofÂ RM400-16B-ECP-MG.
The Muddy Girl camo pattern from Moon Shine Attitude Attire has become popular and several other manufacturers are using the same pattern on their guns. Â For example, I previously showed the ISSC M22 pistols are now available in Muddy GirlÂ and Savage makes an Axis XP Youth rifle with the same pattern.
What do you think? Â Does the Predator meet a need you have? Â Do you like the Muddy Girl camo pattern on the M400? Â Let us know what your thoughts are in the comments section below. Â We write articles based on your feedback, so your opinions are valuable.