Gun Report

SIG Sauer MPX-P 9mm Luger

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The SIG MPX-P is the heaviest and most expensive of the three pistols tested. It is also the only pistol to suffer a malfunction, albeit with specialized subsonic ammunition. It would be very difficult to fit a suppressor on the MPX-P, and the action isnít as likely to accommodate subsonic ammunition, an important consideration with modern shooters.

SIG Sauer MPX-P 9mm Luger

Gun Details

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Model Number
Home Defense
Weight Unloaded
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Back Strap Height
Maximum Width
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Grip Circumference Max
Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Span Single

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We did not like the plastic magazine, but it certainly functioned properly.
This is a group from 15 yards, off hand, with the MPX-P 9mm.
The MPX-Pís controls are ambidextrous and ergonomic, and easy to learn, testers said.
During dry fire (the raterís wife does not allow firing in the home), the pistols were sometimes difficult to brace properly for accurate fire.

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