Published: Thursday, August 19th, 2010
Category: Swat & Police
Tags: field, Strip, SWAT
@illshowumyrifle59 I have never had a jam or malfunction in over 2k rounds. It’s accurate and soft shooting. It is front heavy as people will tell you but it doesn’t bother me. I find it very controllable because it has a bit of heft to it. The best advice I can give you is try and find one you can rent and try it out. I am very happy with mine.
how would you rate the sig over all im looking to spend bout 6500 to buy a m4 bushmaster/gg&g personal defence system from talon arms is the sig an overall good weapon
@InJeffWeTrust Thanks! Glad I could be of service.
@hathcocked Classic. Thanks for the great video. Very informative.
@armywallace Yeah I realize the 550/551 didn’t have a paddle release. While they made it work with AR mags I would have liked to see the paddle style release come from that rifle as well. I didn’t mean to imply it was an original feature. Glad I could be of some help, thanks for watching!
good video, thanks! fyi they can’t ‘keep’ the paddle style bolt release because the one shown is the one on the original sig 550 design. still very helpful and again, thanks.
@nifepartie Your mom said she thinks they are sexy.
why the hell are you wearing gloves, jackass?
must have some gnarly hands.
@davids97011 I am not sure on the diameter and I don’t have any mics here. It’s sold specifically as the “KNS Push Button Pivot Pin – SIG 556″ though so you can’t really go wrong.
Great video on field stripping the sig 556, what size diameter push pin did you have to use .250 or .315?
@wbrock001 I can imagine that eventually it will wear down but after a few thousand rounds mine still looks the same.
Does the rubber behind the charging handle have any issues with wearing out? Thanks!
@heavensarmory Thanks man!
Magpul CTR is the perfect replacement. Nice choice.
@bigchase28 No problem! Thanks for watching.
Great Job thanks
@fraserr2 Hey Rob, glad I could be of service. When I need to figure something out the first thing I do is head to youtube lol. If you ever have any questions don’t hesitate to send them my way. I am no expert but I will help out if I can.
Great video- Thanks a million for posting it. I was not comfortable detail cleaning it with the data from the cheesey manual included alone. Great job and thanks again!
Rob– Joliet, IL
@martinboyz Glad you liked it, thanks for watching!
cool field strip straight tothe point, hahaha the gloves was a trip. thanks again
@fenrirshaman Cool man, glad I could be of service. I am sure you will love the swat. Mine is still running great for me.
I just purchased a Sig 556 Swat, and was looking for a video to show how to strip the firearm for cleaning (manual only shows so much…). Thanks for posting this video it was extremely helpful seeing exactly how it is disassembled. Will recommend to other enthusiasts.
I picked up the Swat, I liked the folding stock.
@Frankie19670320 No problem, glad I could help.
This video is what I really needed to watch a few times before cleaning my new 556 SCM for the first time.. I’m getting one of those K & S pins also Thanks for posting.
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