Sig MPX is a gas-powered submachine gun made by Sig Sauer. Sig Sauer is also known for making all sorts of hand guns and sights. Designed in 2013, Sig MPX has been actively produced since 2015. It’s a lightweight durable submachine gun suited for people that wants to learn how to operate a submachine gun.
It won’t break your bank in terms of ammo or maintenance. It’s understandable you would want a budget optic for this gun. Let’s talk about some of the best optic for Sig MPX you could buy right this moment. Of course, there are tons of compatible optics. We did have a hard time figuring out which one to mention and which to left out.
But hey, the dish is done and it’s time to serve you. Without further ado, let us begin.
Our Top 3 Sig MPX Optics – Reviews
1. Sig Sauer SOR52001 Romeo5 1x20mm Red Dot Sight
We briefly talked about how Sig Sauer is also known for their optics. There wasn’t a better way of starting the list. I present you Sig Sauer Romeo. One of the most loved red dot sight on the market.
Romeo is a 1x red dot optic compatible with Sig MPX. Housing of this sight is created from aluminum. To ensure durability of the housing, it has an anodized matte finishing on top of it. Lenses used on this scope is also fully multi-coated.
It’s water, fog, and shockproof all at the same time. Not a lot of optics can claim to have all those, but this one does. While it’s not submergible, it can take a bit of bad weather head-on. Lens are clear under all-weather as well. It still isn’t suitable for night-time hunting. But you can pair it with a magnifier.
Base magnification of the sight is 1x and objective lens is 20mm. It gathers plenty of light for you to work with.
Where is this made in?
Sig makes their scopes in the USA or imports them.
What is the reticle size?
Does it include mounts?
Includes a M1913 picatinny low mount riser and a co-witness 1.41in riser.
2. HOLOSUN – HS510C Reflex Red Dot Sight For Longer Barrels
Holosun is one of the best ACOG and red dot sight maker in the market. All of their optics have a reputation of providing good service and performance for the money.
HS510c is a 2MOA red dot sight from Holosun. It’s made out of aluminum to be strong and durable. There is no cylinder involved here like a scope. Yet, this sight is fog proof. On top of that, it’s also water and shock proof.
Suitable for MPX, it can make this submachine gun better than it is. Highly accurate 2MOA red dot reticle, it’s a fixed glass etched reticle. You don’t need to worry about reticle dislocation like you seen in the past with cheap optics.
Powered by a CR2032 battery, this reticle has 10 brightness level setting and two night vision setting. You can also adjust windage and elevation of the optics.
Where is this sight made in?
It’s made in China.
Is this an up to date model?
Yes, it is. There is also Holosun HS512 available. But all HS series had a bit of refresh over the years.
Is CR2032 rechargeable?
It isn’t. You can easily replace it for cheap. They cost little to nothing.
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3. Trijicon MRO-C-2200030 Miniature Rifle Optic (Mro) Sight
Trijicon MRO is a 1x red dot sight suitable for both rifles and SMG. A great part of this sight is compatibility. If 1x isn’t cutting it for you, you can try installing a magnifier. Trijicon sells those as well. It performs quite well with a magnifier.
It’s a reflex-style optic for MPX. Eye relief is great. You don’t need to keep your eye close to it to see clearly. Speaking of seeing, lenses of this sight are fully multi-coated as well. packing an adjustable 2MOA green dot reticle, it’s suitable for combat practice and hunting.
You will also find knobs to adjust windage and elevation. They are tactile and well protected. You won’t mistakenly change them on the fly.
Height with the included mount is just perfect. If you are using this on an MPX, you don’t need to increase the height or buy an additional riser.
Earlier I mentioned you could add magnifier and NVD. You can certainly do that. If you want to increase the magnification to 3x to make better use of the MPX, you can certainly do that. In fact, it’s a great sight for magnifier.
Where is Trijicon sights made in?
Vast majority of Trijicon sights are made in Michigan, Auburn, or California. Thus, making it 100% USA made.
What is the battery life of Trijicon MRO?
It should last you about a year at the very least. Depending on use, less than that or more than that. Replacing a single battery is quite easy and cheap.
How to avail warranty?
You need to register on Trijicon’s website with your product id to avail warranty. From then, you can call for warranty or chat with their executives online.
How To Choose The Best Sight For Sig MPX
MPX is a submachine gun not AR. That’s why, we should purchase sights or optics that is capable of doing short to med-range shooting. We don’t want to purchase a riflescope that might not even fit on the gun.
SMG’s are used on security firms and gun-ranges. In both cases, you might face a bad weather, or just straight up rainstorm. You don’t want your sight to die on you in those dire situations. That’s why, having a sight that built like a tank is always a good idea.
Lenses are the most important part of an optic. If they are not clear, your vision won’t be clear. On top of that, a lot of you uses glasses while shooting. In that regard, lens just have to be clear. Or else you will have a hard time justifying the purchase of a sight.
MPX is a lightweight gun. If you are adding a sight, then make sure it’s a lightweight sight as well. If you are also planning to put an NVD or a magnifier, then you have to make sure it’s a lightweight setup. You don’t want to make the top crowded.
There are plenty of sights compatible with Sig MPX. But all of them are not good or worthy of deserving attention. These are some of the best sights on the market for any guns in question. Luckily, they are also suitable for MPX. A huge plus if you ask me.
Take whichever you want from the list and you will be a happy camper. Good luck on further endeavor. Till next time, stay tuned for more reviews.
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