Sig Sauer Tango 4 Review

What’s the Scope?

The line offers several different magnification ranges, meaning there’s something for everybody.

Quick Specs

Linear FOV (low zoom)98 ft/100 yd24 ft/100 yd14.7 ft/100 yd
Linear FOV (high zoom)24 ft/100 yd6.3 ft/100 yd3.7 ft/100 yd
Eye Relief (low zoom)3.3 in3.3 in3.3 in
Eye Relief (high zoom)3.3 in3.3 in3.3 in
Objective Diameter24mm44mm50mm
Elevation Adjustment (MOA)220.0090.0060.00
Wind Adjustment (MOA)220.0080.0030.00


  • Reasonably priced FFP – a relative rarity
  • Sturdy construction keeps your optic at the ready, even when situations are demanding
  • Fantastic adjustments with large and tactile turrets


  • Glass quality is inconsistent across the line
  • The finishes seem to get scratched up pretty easily

Our Review

Sig Sauer’s Tango 4 scope line is an attempt by Sig Sauer to show that quality FFP scopes are available at a price well below what you’d expect. From the inside to the outside, these scopes are thoroughly good.

Let’s start with the glass: clear crisp optics are the hallmark of these scopes for the most part. Not all is perfect, and it should be noted that the glass in the 4-16x44mm scope is a little less clear than comparable scopes in the same price range. But the other scopes have clear glass that’s par for the course at the price, or potentially even comparable to more expensive scopes, and even the best American rifle scopes.

The reticles are nice. They’ve got numerous brightness settings and two night vision levels as well. The reticles are bright and easily visible even in demanding conditions. They also have an off position between each of illumination settings, making it easy to switch off the reticle and also instantly get back to the light setting that’s most immediately convenient. In the end, the scopes make it surprisingly easy to acquire targets and get your eyes where they ought to be, which is really what you’re wanting.

Adjustments are simple on the scope. The turrets are large enough to use even when you have gloves on, and they’re marked and easy to read, making precise and quick adjustments a snap. The turrets offer extremely tactile and positive click adjustments, so you have a firm grasp on exactly what you’re doing. The zero lock functions really well, and the turret lock makes sure that you don’t accidentally bump the turrets and accidentally knock your scope out of whack. The parallax adjustment on the scopes is smooth, too, making it easy to adjust your focus at any distance.  

Day to day use of these scopes is no problem. They hold zero astoundingly well, even after hundreds and hundreds of rounds. The magnetic battery covers make it easy to replace batteries when the time comes. For the most part, they’re really sturdy. However, the finishes do scratch a little easily. But for the most part, they’re not a bad set of scopes. What’s more is that the 6-24x in particular is a really solid FFP scope at a pretty great price.

In a Nutshell

Sig Sauer’s Tango 4 line serves as a sterling example of Sig Sauer’s general dedication to making optics that are of excellent quality.

Should You Buy It?

To keep this part fairly brief: if you’re in the market for a great quality scope at an affordable price, then Yes, you should buy it – be wary, though, of the 4-16×44, which seems to be this line’s weak link.

Closing Comments

Sig Sauer constantly impresses. This line is no different. If you’re looking for a great FFP scope at an affordable price, you should definitely consider these.

For more relevant content on the Sig Sauer scopes, check out the Sig Sauer Romeo 5 and the Sig Sauer Whiskey 3.