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Thread: US Army chooses Sig Tango6 1-6 for DMR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slater View Post
    Heck, I didn't realize that SIG even manufactured optics. I figured they were just made for SIG by another company.
    I read a while back their optics dept worked closely with Leupold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mack7.62 View Post
    Hey it's waterproof down to 1 meter and has a HellFire™ electronic-illuminated reticle system what more do you want?
    I think I would like to see an adjustable objective on this scope. Maybe I have overlooked something, but I would think parallax could be a problem at any distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fledge View Post
    I read a while back their optics dept worked closely with Leupold.
    What I heard was more along the lines of “hired people away from” Leupold.

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    I'm more interested in why they chose such a low powered scope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slateman View Post
    I'm more interested in why they chose such a low powered scope.
    To engage targets in close proximity as well as distant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdmiller View Post
    What I heard was more along the lines of “hired people away from” Leupold.
    This is correct. Some of the Leupold employees took positions with Sig. The Sig Tango6 5.5-30 I had was amazing. I compared it directly next to similarly setup Rifles with Vortex Razor and Nightforce optics and ended up going with the Sig Tango6 due to price being less for not really any discernible difference
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigman7 View Post
    To engage targets in close proximity as well as distant.
    It's cheaper and easier to put a scope on the 8-12 end of magnification and offset a RMR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwfuhrman View Post
    The Sig Tango6 5.5-30 I had was amazing.
    What happened to it?
    - Rhino

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
    What happened to it?
    Sold it with the gun it was on.
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