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Thread: Sig is releasing their NGSW Entrant (MCX-SPEAR)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbrimlow View Post
    The current plan (for what that's worth) is to issue the NGSW carbine and MG to combat specialties only. Others would keep their M4s.
    That won't last. The logistics of ammo alone will kill that. Never mind the development and fielding of TA-50 and such. (Working on the R&D side of the Army really opens your eyes to considerations like this).

    I'm hearing mixed reviews. Basically it's big, heavy, recoil, plus the weight of ammo and reloads...

    Heard some strong arguments against from the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alohadoug View Post
    I'm hearing mixed reviews. Basically it's big, heavy, recoil, plus the weight of ammo and reloads...
    But...but...OVERMATCH!
    "When the phone rang, Parker was in the garage, killing a man."

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    So it seems SIG might be taking over the role of H&K from previous generations with all the military designs they are getting approved for big contracts. It looks like an interesting design from bottom to top, the ammunition especially seems great but I can't help but wonder about quality. Maybe they work just fine but that's a HUGE roll of the dice considering their track record of beta testing. Maybe the fact that it's for a military contract eliminates that possibility a fair amount?

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    More like "always/only releases prototypes to civilians for fun"

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