The Sig Sauer SSG 3000 Custom Rifle Package

The Sig Sauer SSG 3000 Custom Rifle Package

Now available at Florida Gun Exchange – The Sig Sauer SSG 3000 Custom Rifle Package! Manufactured in Germany, the Sig Sauer SSG 3000 is built from the ground up as a tactical precision rifle. It was originally designed for a world-wide role, and Sig designed the platform around the 7.62×51 NATO round (.308 Winchester) so that its versatility could be utilized globally. Because of this, it has been adapted by numerous Law Enforcement and Military units around the world. For tactical purposes, the SSG 3000 is designed with a fully adjustable butt stock. Allowing shooters to adjust both the length of pull and a quick adjust check riser. Also included is detachable box magazine for quick and easy reloading as well as an integrated M1913 (picatinny) rail for mounting optics. Lastly the 23.5” barrel with Sig Sauer designed muzzle brake allows for tack driving pinpoint accuracy. 

The FGE custom package is the precision shooters dream, and our friends at Paratus Consulting Group have helped us make it complete. These guys have spent years operating in sniper units around the world, and have not only built this package, but are offering big discounts on their precision rifle training to go with it. Included in this package is a top of the line Harris Bipod 6″-9″ system, an American Defense single piece quick throw lever scope mount, and a Vortex Viper PST 6-24×50 precision optic to the rifle.  This package is perfect for quick target acquisition at closer ranges, and high magnification for shots at 1000yds and beyond that you will experience in their course. The optic’s tactical mil-dot reticle is perfect for using military techniques and formulas to range targets and quickly adjusting for shots at 300-700 yds, and the complete system is built to accurately and consistently engage at long ranges many shooters only dream of.

This custom build is the perfect setup for any shooter that want’s to “send ‘em down range” and not break the bank. For a turn-key ready to go out of the box setup we are offering this package for only $2,499. PLUS if you purchase this custom rifle build, Paratus Consulting Group is offering 15% off their Precision Rifle Course which is a 3-day course starting at 100 yards and will eventually get the shooter out to 1000 yards. 

 

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Sig Sauer SSG 3000 Precision Rifle (Custom Rifle Package) - $2,499
Caliber: .308 Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO)
Barrel Length: 23.5 inches
Twist Rate: 1:11
Rifling Grooves: 4
Overall Length: 45 inches
Overall Height: 6 inches
Overall Width: 3.74 inches
Weight (without mag): 12 lbs
Trigger Pull: 3.5 lbs
Mag Capacity: 5 rounds

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Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50
Magnification: 6-24X
Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm
Eye Relief: 4 inches
Field of View: 17.8 – 5.1 feet @ 100 yards
Tube Size: 30mm
Turret Style: Exposed Target-Style with CRS Zero Stop
Adjustment Graduation: .1 mrad
Travel Per Rotation: 5 mrad
Max Elevation Adjustment: 19 mrads
Parallax Setting: 50 yards to infinity
Scope Length: 15.5 inches
Weight: 23.4 ounces

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26 Comments
  1. I have a couple questions. Do you have the specific item number for the rifle? Are these made in Germany or the United States? Is this the MacMillan stock?

    How much does the precision rifle course cost to begin with?

    How long is this offer good for?

    Thank You

  2. Andrew,

    The Sig Sauer SSG 3000 is manufactured in Germany and imported into the United States in Exeter, NH.

    As far as the stock is concerned is concerned, it is not the McMillan stock but is designed by Sig Sauer. It is a heavy duty polymer stock with a aluminum bedding insert in the front end of the stock for added reinforcement and accuracy.

    Typically, the Paratus Precision Rifle Course cost is $399, but with the 15% discount it is $339 (which is typically only offered to Military or LE). The discount is included with the purchase of the SSG 3000 Rifle Package.

    Any other questions please feel free to ask!

    – Adam “Bravo”

  3. I bet when you get the rifle, it will have a p at the end of the model number.

    • That is correct Terry, the model number direct from Sig Sauer is RSSG-H24B-308-P, which stands for “Patrol”.

  4. Do you have a catalog , and how do I order the rifle?

    • Dr. Grim,

      Although we do not have an online catalog, you can contact me directly at 386-304-9499 ext. 115 and I’d be more than happy to get you taken care of.

      Thanks!

      – Adam “Bravo”

  5. Looked at this one (I Think) at local Wal-Mart today. Nice. One thing I see on specs here is 11″ twist. That is pretty slow for bullets over 168gr, isn’t it. A rifle like this needs to “get out there” like 1000 yds or more, IMHO. Thanks.

    • Ron, I’m pretty new to long distance shooting. Because I’m learning, what do you mean about it being “pretty slow” and getting it “out there”? I thought the 11 or 12″ twist was standard?

      • JD,

        There is actually no discernible difference in a 1/10 or 1/12 twist up to 178gr bullets. The most common twist rates for a .308 are 1:10″, 1:11″ and 1:12″. Basically it takes X amount of inches to make one full 360 twist down the barrel. The lower the number, the faster the projectile can rotate down the barrel, allowing the projectile to stabilize correctly and stay on it’s “correct” flight path. So theoretically 1:10 would be the most favorable, however there are both pro’s and con’s to having a lower twist rate. There are also a lot of other factors involved with accuracy. Type of projectile, which type of load the gun favors (every gun will be different), barrel quality and optics choice are just few. Typically most shooters that do not hand load and purchase their ammunition from a retail store either shoot 150gr, 168gr or 175gr. All of which will get you out to 1,000 meters no problem. Now in reference to the Sig Sauer SSG-3000, our friends over at Paratus Consulting Group taught a Precision Rifle Course, and one of their students had purchased this setup and had no issues what so ever getting out to the 1K mark. To quote “it was almost cheating” and was one of the best performing rifles over the three day course.

        Any other questions please feel free to ask!

        – Adam “Bravo”

  6. Is this still an active offer? From what I am seeing this is a very fair deal…will this expire at any point soon?

    • Dom,

      We have a package that is close to that one, as we sold the one with the Vortex scope on it. Give us a call at our Ormond Beach location – (386) 304-9499, dial 2 for Ormond, and ask for Mike, he get get you taken care of and answer any questions you may have.

      – Adam “Bravo”

  7. Adam : I am interested in the package offered for the SSG 3000. Please let me know availability.

    Thanks

    Enrique A. Borja

  8. Is this available in a left handed model?

    • Frank,

      Unfortunately there is no word of Sig Sauer making a left version of the gun at this time, but with a little time spent down range with it I’m sure you would be able to run the gun flawlessly.

      – Adam “Bravo”

  9. I was the guy who bought the SSG-300, and all I can say is that I’m in love with everything about it. Also, Paratus’ precision shooting course has exponentially helped my long range ability. I wholeheartedly recommend the personal instruction Mike and Danny have to offer. My only goal now is setting up a longer range and making more targets.

  10. Do you guys participate in the SLED program from SIG? (Sig Law Enforcement Discount)

    • Aaron,

      At this time we are not setup with the SLED program. Any other questions feel free to ask!

      – Adam “Bravo”

  11. What kind of accuracy should I expect from the set up? Most of my Shilouette rifle made by Gary Schneider shot 3/8 inch group,at 100 yards. Don

  12. From what I see posted, the package noted above is no longer available. If that is incorrect, please let me know. If it is correct, please tell me what comparable package you are offering, and what the availability is. As much as I’d like to have it, the training course is not an option for me so if that’s part of the package, I wouldn’t need it.

    Lastly, what is the cost of shipping to my FFL in NM – 88101

    Thanks, Steve Aikens

  13. I also would like to know if this is still available and very interested in purchasing the package. Please provide a contact information or provide the contact with my Info . I would like to be in touch with someone as soon as possible
    Thank you

  14. Hi. Love the revuews on the SIG SSG 3000. I will purchase one once my taxes come back. Question: The older ones actually made in Germany were in the $4,000+ range. And then they started making them in the US. Why the huge price drop? I understand the hammered barrel made in Germany was far better, but really, $2,500? Just trying to understand why before I make my purchase. Thank you.

    Gary

    • Gary, there are a few things that have changed the cost. You are correct in the barrel change (also the old German barrels were removable). The receiver is different in the new one (Sig USA made), by adding a one piece picatinny rail on top. The stock is also different, as the old ones used a McMillan Tactical stock, whereas the new SSG-3000’s have stocks made by Sig. None of these changes, have effected it’s quality by any means. The main reason that they cost significantly less, is that they ramped up production, which allows the price to go down to a more consumer friendly level. Any other questions please feel free to ask!

  15. I just bought an SSG3000 and want to upgrade it with a scope and Bipod. Unfortunately, I didn’t see that you had a complete package with firearm until after I made the purchase.

    Please provide me an itemized quote for your upgrade package.

  16. Is this package still available? Would I be able to have a leupold mk4 installed on it?

    • Paul we are currently out of stock on the SSG’s but we can get you one on order ASAP. Give our store a call and ask for Chris Cox. I let him know you were interested and he will be more than happy to get you taken care of.

  17. This looks like a great package! I do have a question: The picture of the mount by itself does not seem to match the picture of the rifle with the scope mounted. The picture of it by itself looks like it would mount the scope exceptionally high. Can you confirm which ADM mount is included in the package? Also is it a level mount or is there any MOA built in?

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