Date: 21/5/2019 17:45

Customers Q&A on SIG Sauer M17 P320 ASP, CO2 Pellet Pistol, Tan

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  • Richard from USA asked:

    Can you buy extra magazines?

    • James from USA:

      The belt magazine is available on Sig Sauer's website as a two-pack for $19.99. The complete magazine, including CO2 holder is available but currently out of stock. All you really need is the belt magazine.

  • Zac from USA asked:

    Can you use pointed pellets and if so which kind?

    • richard from USA:

      I have been using pba platinum and winchester 4.32gr

    • Jordan from USA:


  • Anthony from USA asked:

    Does anyone know if this will accommodate standard size reflex sight of only with the sig romeo?

    • mark from USA asked:

      is the magazine release reversible for left handers?

      • Keith from USA asked:

        About how many shots per CO2 caplet will this deliver?

        • Jordan from USA:


      • Arthur from Canada asked:

        Is the trigger double action only, or double and single? Is the trigger pill shorter on the second and subsequent shots. Thanks.

        • Tyler from USA:

          I would call it a double action as the trigger also cycles the magazine belt.

      • Daniel from USA asked:

        What size grip module is this manufactured with? Are alternative grip modules available for this model like the real M17?

        • Tyler from USA:

          I believe the firearms come with the medium size module, I would say this is a close representation of that. I have not heard about Sig planning to offer other modules for the ASP line.

      • Dave from USA asked:

        Do you know what the ft/lbs of energy would be on this pistol? Would like to get a dueling tree

        • Tyler from USA:

          About 2 FPE

      • ron from USA asked:

        Hi, will this gun accept a slide mounter red-dot sight?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Nothing that is presently available as best I can tell. That may be something Sig is working on for 2019

      • Maxwell from USA asked:

        Where is the M17 P320 ASP Co2 Pellet Pistol manufactured?

        • Tyler from USA:


      • William from USA asked:

        What Laser under $50 would you recomend for the M17

      • William from USA asked:

        Will the UTG Red laser (PY-A-2719) fit the M17

        • Tyler from USA:


      • Hector from USA asked:

        Can u send this to California?

        • Tyler from USA:


      • egnile from USA asked:

        where can i get a holster for this gun???

        • Craig from USA:

          I bought the black hawk holster for the actual P320 at Cabela's and the m17 and P320 fit wonderfully

        • Tyler from USA:

          There are a few companies that are making holsters for the gun. You should be able to find a few options on SIG Sauers website

      • Thinh from USA asked:

        When will the spare mags for this pistol available?

        • Craig from USA:

          The magazines are currently available on the Sig Sauer website just look under air pistols

        • Tyler from USA:

          I have not heard an ETA from Sig on the mags yet

      • Mathew Patterson from USA asked:

        Will I be able to buy extra magazines AND 20 round mags.

        • Craig from USA:

          The entire magazine assembly is also currently available on the Sig Sauer website I just ordered two extra clips in one extra magazine last week

        • Tyler from USA:

          The 20 round belt insert mags look to be the same as the 320 mags. But the entire magazine assembly doesn't currently have an ETA

      • ict815 from USA asked:

        Does this use the same mags as the regular version P320? Product code SIG-AMPC-177-20 [SIG Sauer P320 CO2 Pistol...] I think....

        • Tyler from USA:

          No, the 320 mags look to be longer than the internal mag for the M17. So it looks like it will not fit properly into the M17 mag housing.

      • Jim from USA asked:

        the 20 rd mag and [email protected] are together ,how do you reload the mag with out losing your CO2 or do you only get 20 shots to a cart? It looks like if you remove the unit to reload the mag your disengaging the CO2

        • Tyler from USA:

          The CO2 is held captive within the magazine. So when you drop the magazine, pressure is not lost. Once you pierce it in the mag, it seals against the valve seal and will hold while you remove it to load the magazine. The 20 round mag portion pops out of the larger magazine body so you can load it.

      • Jim from USA asked:

        20 rd mag in the same part as the CO2 cart.? How do you reload the mag with out losing [email protected]

        • Tyler from USA:

          The CO2 is held sealed within the larger magazine. The 20 rd pellet belt is held in a separate part of the mag. When you drop the mag out, the CO2 remains sealed in the mag and you can remove and reload the belt.

      • James from USA asked:

        It looks like the CO2 comes out to load ammo, Does the magazine shut off the air?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Yes, the CO2 will not leak out when you remove the magazine from the pistol to reload

      • Joseph from USA asked:

        Please say what the trigger pull is in lbs. Please say how much time it takes to fire 10 pellets in rapid fire mode.

        • Matt from USA:

          The trigger pull is about 6lbs, and it could rapid-fire 10rds in about 2 seconds.

      • Jose from USA asked:

        Does this gun have a rifled barrel or will it just be a smoothbore?

        • Tyler from USA:


      • Huzpaza from USA asked:

        Will this be available in black?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Don't believe so. The real steel M17 was only available in FDE, so I'd imagine the airgun version will keep that trend.

      • Jason from USA asked:

        Do you have any more information - instructions or a video - about the field strip feature? Thank you.

        • Tyler from USA:

          Considering the gun isn't actually out yet, no

      • Justin from USA asked:

        How do you load the pellets & c02 in this magazine?

        • Tyler from USA:

          The pellets load the same as any of the other Sig belt magazine pistols. Take a look at the P320 pellet pistol for reference. The CO2 loading is done with a cam lever system that pierces the cartridge when you close it.