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SIG SAUER® Adaptive Carbine Platform Extends Pistol Utility

EXETER, NH (January 2012) —The SIG SAUER Adaptive Carbine Platform (ACP) allows any handgun
with an accessory rail to be quickly modified into a personal defense weapon or submachine gun-style
firearm. Regardless of the brand, most pistols equipped with an accessory rail can be mounted to the
ACP without the need for modification to the base gun.

Fabricated from solid aircraft-grade aluminum, the ACP sports M1913 rails at the 3, 6 and 9 o’clock
positions with a full-length top rail at the 12 o’clock position. Compatible accessories such as lights, red
dot sights and lasers can be mounted for additional functionality.

“The ACP brings Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) features to almost any handgun,” said Bud Fini, SIG
SAUER Vice President of Marketing. “For law enforcement or executive protection details looking for the
quick deployment of a submachine gun, but with the controllability of a handgun, the ACP offers
everything in one package.”

An integral hand stop permits the user to get a forward grip without the danger of covering the muzzle.
The integral quick-detachable sling mounts allow an ACP-equipped pistol to be carried on a sling for fast
access.

The new SIG SAUER ACP allows the shooter access to the pistol’s frame mounted controls, providing an
easy training transition and familiar manual of arms. The ACP is also compatible with most sound
suppressors.

The ACP is available in three models:

• ACP – This basic model allows for fast, easy conversion and works with most railed pistols.
• ACP-Enhanced – The Enhanced version includes the new SIG SAUER MIL-GRADE Mini Red
Dot Sight, a quick detachable sling swivel and a Single Point Bungee Sling.
• ACP-LE – This National Firearms Act-regulated military/law enforcement model features a topfolding
shoulder stock. Civilian purchasers must comply with the requirements for registering a
short-barreled rifle.

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