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Average Customer Review5 (56 reviews)
Things I liked:Look and feel. I was surprised that it is quite accurate for a blowback.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:This was my second try at this gun as the first guns magazine would not hold CO2 gas...never got to fire it. After superb customer service my replacement arrived and it worked first time....no leaking CO2. I really enjoy firing this gun now.
Things I liked:Looks and feels great.
Things I would have changed:Would like to be able to fire it but when you try to load a CO2 cartridge all the gas leaks out. Very disappointed. You figure they would test them.
What others should know:Gun is probably nice but magazines are not very good at all.
Things I liked:The Sig Sauer P226 X-Five is big and beefy (2.5 lbs.) like the real pistol. (The real pistol has a listed weight of 2.9 pounds.) The blowback doesn’t seem as strong as the Tanfoglio Witness 1911 but that might be because the P226 is a heavier pistol. The P226 is also extremely accurate. This has become my favorite bb gun to shoot.
Things I would have changed:Nothing. Great shooter.
What others should know:I purchased the Sig Sauer P226 X-Five and received it on 4-17-13. When I shot the first few magazines, after a few bb’s, it would leak out all the CO2 from the cartridge. When I looked inside the gun I saw that there were 2 bb’s in the barrel. That is what was jamming the gun and making the CO2 leak out. I talked to Stacey in customer service and I told her my experience. I said that it seems like the problem is the magazine is allowing 2 bb’s to enter the chamber. I told her I was not looking for a replacement, I was looking for any suggestion for a possible fix. She told me other people had experienced the same thing and suggested to grip the “BB holding fingers” at the top of the magazine with a pliers a close the gap between the fingers. I did this and have now fired at least a dozen magazines through the gun without a single problem. Just be careful as someone else mentioned in their review – don’t get too aggressive with the pliers.
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Compatible with SIG Sauer P226 X-Five CO2 Pistol