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SIG Sauer P320 Pistol
This 30 shot repeater debuted at SHOT Show 2017, and Sig Sauer has once again set a new standard for CO2 air pistols.
Built with a sturdy metal slide against a polymer frame, this Sig's claim to fame is its 30 round capacity. The first pistol of its kind, this belt-fed semi-auto is capable of firing both .177 pellets and BBs as fast as you can pull the trigger! Featuring realistic blowback, and fueled by a 12 gram CO2 cartridge held in the grip, you can propel your ammo choice at up to 430fps (depending on ammo weight/composition). With this many shots this pistol is great for hours of plinking fun!
Recently selected by the US Army to replace the Beretta M9, this pistol is destined to see action overseas for years to come as the standard Army issue sidearm. This replica Sig has the exact same trigger pull as the real gun for a real feel, ideal for owners or fans of the real pistol, but less costly to shoot. Shooters can mount a flashlight or laser sight to the Weaver accessory rail and keep their target in sight.
If you like replicas with more shots with less reloads, this is the air pistol you've been waiting for!
Available in black or coyote tan.
|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Suggested for||Plinking & target practice|
|Max Shots per Fill||30|
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Things I liked: excellent copy for training, weight, balance
Things I would have changed: as others say a locking slide would improve this a lot. Also if a pellet falls out and causes a jam you have no way of getting inside to clear it
What others should know: I received one of the first run of these and within 2 clips the pistol started to malfunction. The slide was always a bit sloppy from the start and that was something I didn't expect from Sig. By the 3rd clip the trigger stopped working and would only function if I held the slide back an eighth inch or so. Obviously back it went. The replacement seems to be tighter but it hasn't proved itself yet. It is an excellent training gun and if the bugs are worked out well worth the money.
Things I liked: feels good,well balanced,40 shots per cyl.
Things I would have changed: I would use the forward action of the blowback to advance the feed belt getting rid of the speed bump on the trigger pull.adjustable rear sight.more tension on eject button.less on safety button.
What others should know: mine shoots low , bottom ring of target at 20' , would have to file fwd blade sight down in half. I sold mine to a friend for a loss rather than try to return to pyramydair. speed bump is a bummer also. this is the last sig . I will guy.
Things I liked: -Durable -Blowback -Belt Magazine
Things I would have changed: -This thing is big, make a compact version? -underpowered (bounced off a plastic bottle at about 5 feet)
What others should know: I'm new to pellet pistols; however, I thought this would fire some 10.3 grain H&N hollowpoints. I was wrong. I had jam after jam with this at first. After some pellgun oil, figuring out how to put the pellet in the magazine to prevent it from jamming and/or not firing, and coming to the unfortunate realization that my Daisy Powerline 880 is much, much more powerful than this pistol, I resigned myself to using the cheap-o crossman variety pack pellets (the one with hollow points, pointed tipped, and wad-cutters), that are probably 5 or 6 grains. Once I put those pellets in the magazine, this thing fired them pretty consistently. I was getting really bad jams with the 10 Grain pellets, After a few failed attempts, I tried to put H&N Medium Snipers through it. It shot a few but then got unreliable. They are 8.5 Grains. Use Sig 6 Grain ammo and you'll be good. It seemed to have survived the multiple jams alright, though.
This P320 air pistol is based on the P320 Nitron Full Size semi auto. The real P320 has modular components that allow for 3 different grip sizes. Does anyone know what grip size the P320 air pistol matches? (Small, Med, Large)
Received my P320 a couple of weeks ago and just getting a chance to shoot it. Is anyone having a problem with the magazine/ammo jamming? I used the SIG .177 Wrath pellets and they jammed twice in 11 shots!!!!
Have you tried other pellets?
sights..? are they white dot..? Seems odd that a $100 gun would have lame sights,,, not adjustable and plain black.
Yes, they are white dot sights
|Max Velocity||430 fps|