Sig doesn't care about something that's only going to sell a couple of hundred units. It would likely cost them more money than they'd ever make on it.People must be buying it if they're on gen 2 already. But that's besides the point. I was just pointing out that Sig makes this modular action that can be moved frame to frame without jumping through any hoops, makes a huge deal about it, then does nearly nothing to showcase that end. Sure, they have a few modular grips, but this concept, like it or hate it, is super creative use of this concept. Which is why I was pointing out that Sig is letting third party manufacturers eat their lunch on this.
That's where these guys come in with their stuff, they can capture the market efficiently of maybe 200 weirdos who will buy that stuff. Good for them, too.