Description

Online Only, Do Not Call, one coupon per order

3-position telescoping buttstock
Free-floating M-LOK handguard
Full-length Picatinny rail
Flash suppressor
30-round magazine
RMPX-9-NOC-KIT
SKU: 05513131
Item: IK-291753

Browse for more 9mm Sig Sauer.

Coupons for Cabela's store

No Code Needed
Expiration date Unknown Report

Live Inventory Search

Want to see your products here? Click this link.

Compare prices for 798681618002 - Sig MPX Noctis 9mm, 16" Barrel, Romeo 5, MLOK, Black, 30rd RMPX-16B-9-NOC-KIT from all vendors

StorePriceOther Information
Out Of Stock
$1,599.99

Price History Chart

Wikiarms.com Live Ammo Prices

Want to see your products here? Click this link.

Comments (17)

Login or register to post comments

Now that arm braces have made the scene, I wouldn't buy a 9mm with such a long barrel. Above around 8", there are negligible velocity gains. A 16" 9mm is going to be unnecessarily heavier and less maneuverable. Look around at all the offerings for a 9mm braced pistol before getting this.

1 vote
0 votes

Good luck finding a cheaper & better non-blowback 9mm PCC. You don't seem to know what the MPX is. At this price Cabela's is actually taking a loss.

0 votes
0 votes

Sherman, your reply has nothing to do with what the guy said. Yes this is a good price for a non-blowback 9mm pcc and the MPX. But like he said 16" is dumb unless you use this for competition, which requires it. He's also correct that ~8" gets you about the optimal velocity-to-size ratio, after that you can get more but the gains are small for the added weight/size.

So yes it's a good gun for a good price, but that doesn't mean it's useful to all.

1 vote
0 votes

Fair enough.

2 votes
0 votes

Is the $1200 one (Part # NOC-KIT) with the Romeo 5? Their website kinda sucks and doesn't specify.

0 votes
0 votes

It appears to be. If you look at the names the one on sale is called "Combo" while the other just says Noctis. I assume the "combo" is the one that comes with the Romeo 5.

0 votes
0 votes

Picked one up. It's identical to the MPX PCC with a few key exceptions. The Muzzle Brake, the Timney trigger and the folding stock vs the collapsing stock. All other components are the same. The bag it comes with is quite nice as well. Overall, an incredible price.

2 votes
0 votes

Quick question..

How are yall able to afford guns this expensive?

0 votes
0 votes

I buy, sell, trade used guns online and local. I find really good deals from folks who need cash, or are liquidating their guns due to age, health, etc. I buy right, not get in a hurry to sell, wait for the right buyer willing to pay full price then all my profits I use to buy guns I want for my collection. It also helps I have friends in the pawn business. Often when they don't buy a gun for whatever reason they tell the seller to contact me.
Basically I started out years ago with a $250 investment and have always reinvested double and now have over 30 guns I used just the profits to buy for myself. It's alot like flipping cars or houses. If you know what your buying and how much you can sell it for, it's not hard. You do need alot of gun value knowledge but that's fun for me anyhow

0 votes
0 votes

Careful letting everyone know that though. Technically illegal to sell guns for profit without an FFL.

2 votes
0 votes

That is a funny question to ask. Hard to not make fun of it and tell you something like, "stop working at McDonald's". How do people afford buying a house? How do people afford a Lambo? How do people afford having a company with 50,000 employees and still make billions?

0 votes
0 votes

Shit in my state McDonald's is paying as much as alot of manufacturing and even some trade jobs...no joke! Like "In and Out" burger here is paying $15.75 with full benefits and profit sharing! And that's to start!!!

0 votes
0 votes

The Ruger PCC does the same thing for under $500. To each their own though!

0 votes
1 vote

We save our money...? I put away $30 every Friday and have $1560 at the end of the year to spend on guns.

1 vote
0 votes

To clarify, the NOC-KIT comes with the Romeo 5 (no iron sites) and a soft case. The MPX pictured has the muzzle brake from the non-Noctis MPX, but the Noctis comes with a bird cage flash hider, not the muzzle brake.

1 vote
0 votes

Then Cabela's did a terrible job with the picture. Almost false advertisement in a way.

0 votes
0 votes

Yeah, I called Sig to order the Muzzle Brake for it. It was $149. When I received it, it is identical to the Tread Muzzle Brake (I have it also) that sells for $39, kind of annoyed about that. In Cabela's defense, the description is accurate and states its a bird cage, the picture is misleading though.

1 vote
0 votes
Login or register to post comments