Sig Sauer SIG516 5.56 NATO Police Trade-In Rifles

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Product Description

What’s in the Box

  • Sig Sauer SIG516 5.56mm Police Trade-in Rifle
  • 30 Round Magazine

These photos represent the average condition of these SIG516 Police Trades, which are all in excellent mechanical condition.

The tactical world is full of ARs. But only a select few are tough enough and accurate enough to be called a SIG. The SIG516 is the natural evolution of the platform, with a host of enhancements designed to survive anything, anywhere. The SIG SAUER advanced short-stroke pushrod system reduces carbon fouling, excessive heat and unburned powder in the action, ensuring reliability and function that is unmatched. A standard 5.56mm NATO Nitride chamber and bore ensure reliable function in any environment.

An adjustable gas valve allows operators to increase the flow of gas when using lower pressure ammunition or when adverse conditions require additional energy. Reduced flow and the off-position enhance the use of suppressors. Barrels feature an A2 flash suppressor and are threaded 1/2×28 TPI, allowing the SIG516 to adapt to a number of aftermarket accessories and suppressor mounts. Whether you’re left- or right-handed, there should be no compromise in shooting performance.


Firearm Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Sig Sauer
  • Model: SIG516 Patrol
  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO
  • Barrel: 16 in.
  • Barrel Material: Carbon Steel
  • Twist Rate: 1:7
  • Threads: 1/2 in - 28 tpi
  • Receiver Finish: Hard Coat Anodized
  • Action Type: Semi-Auto
  • Trigger Type: Mil-Spec
  • Forend Type: Alloy 
  • Operating System: Gas Piston
  • Overall Length: 36.5 in
  • Height: 7.75 in
  • Stock: Telescopic
  • Magazine: 30 Round

Customer Comments & Questions

Customer Reviews

(4 out of 5) Very nice but dirty.
by from Fort Worth, TX on

Well it was used so no surprise. Strangly more carbon inside the bolt and lower receiver than in the piston areas. Looks nice and broken in. Have not fired yet but did clean the rifle. There was an extreme amount of carbon in star chamber. Sprayed some cleaning solvents and mud, yes, actually mud slowly oozes out. Very gritty. After it's all cleaned up I am still satisfied. Maybe they threw it in some mud. Who knows. Don't anticipate any problems. Great price. Great deal. Looking forward to owning this rifle.