Sig Sauer introduces the SEAGle, the final word in offensive handguns


EXETER, NH (January 18, 2015) – SIG SAUER, Inc. is proud to announce its collaboration with renowned manufacturer Magnum Research to create a first in its class firearm, the SEAGle® .50. Designed specifically for Naval Special Warfare (SEAL) units, the SEAGle combines the legendary firepower of the Desert Eagle in .50 AE with the reputation for quality and reliability of SIG SAUER® firearms.

The SEAGle incorporates a proprietary optics mount giving the warfighter the ability to dominate the battlespace with the speed and accuracy of an optics equipped rifle in a much more compact package. The compensator, developed by captain of Sig Sauer’s shooting team, competition shooter Max Michel, makes the gun return to target fast in recoil.
The SEAGle brings together the best of two great firearms manufacturers to create the first truly offensive handgun.

MSRP: $3,999
Capacity: 8+1
Weight: 5.3 pounds (without optic)
Trigger pull: 3 pounds
Finish: Stainless Steel or OD green Cerakote


  1. hmm, Unless I am shooting a Hog, a Grizzly or a Loin at point blank, Would Still prefer FN57 with AP Rounds. Lols

  2. Redundant optics mounts in case your optic fails you can transfer to the backup because:operator

  3. Very cool to have trigger pull weight less than overall weight of the gun! Would have spelled it SEAgLe though myself. Highlight the SEAL. Very in vogue now

  4. The rail mounted optics mount doesn’t leave room for the sig custom shop bayonet/laser/light/bottleopener/iphone charger combo unit….

  5. I can’t believe anybody thought this was real.

    Your father and I are very disappointed in you, Internet.

    1. Pretty soon now, the guy who was a Delta Seal ranger at Keh Sahn during the Gulf War will be telling everyone in earshot how that’s the gun the Real Deal operators (like him!) carry. Because knockdown power.

  6. Excellent use of “warfighter” and “battlespace.” Someday someone is going to use those terms in a non-satrical way and I will have to supress my chuckles.

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