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Sig Sauer ACP Adaptive Carbine Platform



Sig Sauer will be debuting their new Adaptive Carbine Platform or ACP at the 2012 SHOT Show next week. The best part about their new ACP kit? It’s universal and will fit almost any gun with an accessory rail, from most Sigs, 1911s, Glocks, S&W M&Ps you name it. Made out of solid aircraft-grade aluminum the new ACP has M1913 Picatinny rails at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions and a full-length rail at the 12 o’clock position. It also features a hand stop to let shooters get a forward grip as well as detachable sling mount.

The Sig ACP will come in three models, a Basic ACP, ACP Enhanced and ACP LE which comes with a top folding shoulder stock (making it an SBR).

For more info check out SigSauer.com. Stay tuned for more pics and info during our SHOT Show 2012 coverage.


  1. I’ve always wanted something like this, I’m an accessory whore and a single picatinny rail doesn’t cut it, heh. Not on a carry weapon, mind you, but at home, would like something that could hold at least a flashlight and laser, preferably also a quick-site targeting scope. Kinda wish they’d picked a different name/acronym though… ACP already has a meaning in the firearms world.

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