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Customers Q&A on SIG Sauer P226 CO2 Pellet Pistol, Black

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  • Tarek from Canada asked:

    I just received this in the mail. When I first loaded the magazine without any pellets it goes in smoothly and ejects properly. When I loaded pellets into the magazine it jams halfway into loading it. I have to push it in hard but then the mag doesnt revolve which means I only get one shot. When I try to eject the mag it stays jammed and I have to use someone pointy to get it out. Any advice?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Sounds like the gun is having trouble. I'd recommend sending it back for a replacement

  • William from USA asked:

    Does this use the same 16 shot reversible stick magazine that the BerettaPX4 Storm uses?

    • John from USA asked:

      I just received my P226 from Pyramydair. I inserted a CO2 cartridge, inserted a loaded magazine and attempted to move the safety to the Fire position. I could NOT move it and thus cannot fire the pistol. I have asked Pyramydair for assistance but have had no response yet. Has anyone had this problem and was able to correct it? Note that the safety was in the Safe position when I received the pistol. My next action will be to return the pistol but I really want to keep it since I have a real P226.

      • John from USA asked:

        I just received my Sig P226 pellet gun from Pyramyd Air. I have inserted the co2 cartridge, loaded the magazine, inserted the magazine, but I can't move the safety to the fire position. What should I try next other than returning the product?

        • Eamonn from USA asked:

          Would putting a stiffer slide return spring make my SIG p226 co2 air pistol more accurate. The spring it was purchased with is weak.

          • Eamonn from USA asked:

            My SIG p226 co2 air pistol, is made in Japan. It isn't accurate at all. I have now stopped the slide from sliding & it now is accurate. The slide return spring was very weak. Would a stiffer slide spring make it accurate, because I would like the slide action to function.

            • johnny from Canada asked:

              Does this shoot bbs too?

              • Tyler from USA:

                No

            • bob from United Kingdom asked:

              I purchased the Sig p226 last week and just got round to emptying my fourth co2 cartridge. But, having removed the co2 canister and mag, I can see a pellet jammed in the barrel. There may be more than one. I am using the Sig Zero Point .177 6.79 grains. Is jamming a common occurrence and any tips for careful removal? Thanks all.

              • James from USA asked:

                Where may I obtain the "Magazine Release Button/pin" for the Sig Sauer p226? I have searched everywhere.

                • Jamie from England:

                  Maybe contact the company that supplied it or sig themselves. The company I purchased mine from in the U.K. offer free lifetime warranty for all repairs and only charge parts and postage.

              • Greg from Canada asked:

                Does this ship to Canada now?? Thanks

                • Isaac from Canada:

                  Yes

              • Leif Magnus from Sweden asked:

                I'm in the progress of manufacture my own barrel extension/fake silencer (since Sig Sauer doesn't provide any yet...), and I have planes to use a 6" rifled barrel from a Crosman Vigilante. However, I do not yet know if the P226 has clockwise or counterclockwise rifling. The Crosman barrel has clockwise rifling, and if the Sig has that too... it should work just fine to make the extender from it. Does anyone know which way the rifling goes om the P226...?! I would bee very grateful for a rapid answer, and I thank you in advance. Best regards Magnus from Sweden.

                • Leif Magnus from Sweden:

                  I'll answer the question myself since I got an answer from Sig Sauer today. The rifling runs clockwise. So for you guys who, like me, wants to bulid a mock silencer... you're welcome.

              • Calvin from Canada asked:

                Can this item be shipped to Canada?

                • Gregory from Canada asked:

                  The SiG Sauer website has changed the muzzle velocity from "up to 510 fps" to "up to 450 fps", so why hasn't pyramydair changed the specification, and made it so that this and the p250 ASP can be shipped to Canada?

                  • Justin from USA asked:

                    Can the sights be swapped out with other sights that will fit regular center-fire SIG P226? I would like to install some tritium night sights. (I haven't received the airgun yet so I don't know how the sights are fixed in place, but tritium night sights are pretty necessary for my POU). If they are 100% permanent, how visible are the stock ones in low light?

                    • Victor from USA asked:

                      How long can you leave a c02 capsule in the gun without having any problems

                      • kristopher from USA:

                        Pyramid airs official answer to me for that exact question was up to 2 days....but we all knw u can do it longer

                      • Jamie from England:

                        I'd also like to know this. Haven't seen any info on this anywhere. I've left a cartridge in my p226 for a week now and it fired ok after that. I have a gamo pistol that I always left the cartridge in and it was ok for a long while but now empties over night. Whether it's because I left the gas in too long or that its just old I don't know. Will be very inconvenient if the gas needs to be disconnected each time.

                    • Jacob from USA asked:

                      Hey I own this guna and my trigger bar spring is compleatly missing. I can not find it anywhere on the Internet. Can someone help me find a trigger bar spring for x five p226 cyber gun

                      • Victor from USA asked:

                        Will the predator poly mag shorts fit in the Sig Sayer p226 mag without getting caught. Or snagged

                        • Mike from USA:

                          No. The red protrude too far forward. They jam and/or get pushed out of place. First hand experience.

                        • kristopher from USA:

                          Yes

                      • Ken Flynn from USA asked:

                        Does anyone know who makes a fake suppressor for the sig P226 co2 pellet gun.

                        • kristopher from USA:

                          I bought a mock suppressor for this gun specifically for the 226 from pyramid air

                        • Justin from USA:

                          The threading is specific to SIG and also to the airgun version. Otherwise it could potentially be converted to be used on a center-fire gun and would thus be illegal without proper licensing. IOW we need to wait for SIG to come out with one specific to the airgun line.

                      • Michael from USA asked:

                        I own a P226 X-5 and I love it. I've been wanting another Sig but I'm concerned I'll be disappointed.Can someone give me an opinion on how this might stack up against the X-5, taking into account that the X-5 is a BB gun and this is a pellet gun. The X-5 has a "functional" ejection port - meaning it's not just a molded depression in the slide. Aside from those two things how do they compare. Thanks so much in advance

                        • Bob1 from Finland:

                          I bet you will get disappointed. This is by Sig themselves. The X5 is a KWC product.

                      • Todd from USA asked:

                        What is the size/pattern of the threads on the sig sauer p226? I know this question was asked but the answer was left unclear in my mind, as there was even some disagreement in the answers about whether it was a RH or LH pattern, so I'm asking again to see if we can get a definitive clear answer from someone or several someones. I even called sig sauer directly and they were unable (or unwilling) to answer the question.

                        • RALPH from USA:

                          I actually have this pistol. The threads are RIGHT-handed and the pitch is 1.0mm. The outer thread diameter is 11.92mm. This is very close to the standard major diameter of a 12mm screw and is within the allowable tolerance.. The packaging says "Japan". My Dan Wesson / ASG revolvers say "Taiwan", so who can say who the manufacturer is? I think speculation about a toy silencer being used on a real gun is silly, because loads of replicas with faux silencers are on the market. My guess would be that the diameter choice was made by an engineer. Now if Sig were more forthcoming about their plans we wouldn't have to talk thru our hats about this. This isn't the place to mention it, but the color of the FDE model is extremely dark, virtually olive.

                        • Justin from USA:

                          The threading is specific to SIG and also to the airgun version of the P226. This is done because if it were able to fit on the center-fire version, it would be illegal without the proper licensing. (Even if the caliber is incorrect!) IOW to answer your question (sorta), to the best of my knowledge, you will not be able to find this specific thread pattern tap/die in any store.

                        • B from USA:

                          Why have my answers to this and other questions disappeared?!?!?!

                        • Patrick L from USA:

                          I am pretty sure ASG is the Manufacturer under license by Sig. Many parts in the ASG CZ P-09 match up. Maybe ASG can answer your question. i would not be surprised is Sig added something specific unlike any ASG offering under licence.

                      • Walter from USA asked:

                        Does anyone know how to remove the slide from the P226?

                        • Patrick L from USA:

                          https://youtu.be/SAnnRU5vBGs Is a video from an old guy who wanted to modify. I think you should clean it that's how i found it. I don't know about his fix in the vid, but the vid answers your question.

                      • Anthony from USA asked:

                        If I was to "disable" the blowback feature, would I achieve higher FPS? I was thinking I could drill a hole and insert a pin to prevent the slide from moving? Or would this somehow damage the gun?

                        • Justin from USA:

                          It would definitely void the warranty, most likely damage the gun irreparably, and honestly I don't know why one would want to disable one of the main reasons the gun was created in the first place. If you need higher velocities, hopefully SIG will come out with a barrel extension soon. Personally, I would just wait for that, and just have fun with it in the meantime. Also, I almost forgot to mention, make sure you are using top quality pellets for max velocity and muzzle energy. The better they fit, the better they work. In general, heavier ones hit harder, lighter ones fly faster. The key is making sure they have perfect fit to properly utilize the CO2 pushing them.

                      • David from USA asked:

                        I have the similar model: P250 and it is NOT 500fps. Not even hardly denting a coffee can at 15 feet....500fps or even 400fps should sail through a can with ball point rounds at about 6 or 7 grains. I had a Gamo PT-85 (sadly, it's junk) but it never failed it's claimed 450fps. I tested the velocity and ftlbs, and it was up to 480 and 486 at times. Both of my Gamo guns died after 5 or 6 months (usually the valve assembly dies), but did live up to it's claimed performance. Another issue: 95% plastic. A cheap, aluminum/stainless alloy slide upper and a steel trigger. That's it. If I want a plastic gun, I'll buy a Nerf. Don't waste your money like I (and others) did.

                        • Dmitry from USA:

                          I'm disagree about Gamo. There are some issues mainly with recoil spring. But i have 2 pt-85s and i think they are most powerful and accurate guns i have (i also have p226x5, m92a1, Winchester 11etc. All expensive replicas)

                        • Michael from USA:

                          I have to agree. The velocity drop on my gun is ridiculous. The first 4-5 shots seem close enough to the upper 300s/lower 400s to be acceptable. By my third magazine the pellets quite literally dribble out the end of the barrel. At least with the p226 it's all steel, though I'd gladly put up with a plastic gun that actually worked.

                      • Martin from USA asked:

                        Does it require any specific size pellets? Any .177 cal should fit in the magazine right? I try to load it with Gamo Lethal hunting pellet .177 cal 5.56 gr. But the pellet does not fit?? Did I got the wrong pellet?

                        • Ralph Fanootnoogle from USA:

                          I shoot match .177 rifles, and tried the H&N match pellets - they did not hold in magazine. Tried the H&N hollow point, and works fine - slightly larger skirt. Also, the LENGTH of the pellet is a major consideration. If too LONG, it will jam in gun. Again, the H&N hollow point work fine - have had no problems with them.

                        • Anthony from USA:

                          The side of the gun says .177CAL (4.5 mm)

                        • Ltg_Castillo from USA:

                          Hi Martin. I have tried crosman premiers, H&Ns, Rws as well and all seem to fall out of magazine and jams every 2 or 3 shots. Very frustrating. I called Sig Sauer and informed them about my situation they recommended me to only use "Sig Sauer" pellets. Which i still have not bought yet. As i was just on the phone with them yesterday 1/7/16. Hope that helps somehow.

                      • charlie from USA asked:

                        Ok it's ad says 510 but no one person has gotten near that from the thread So once again it's a lie not even sure how they can advertise this Maybe they used paper pellets?

                        • Allen from USA:

                          All manufactures post fps ratings using light alloy pellets (only a "white lie"). If one manufacturer advertised the fps with real lead pellets, it would look slower than everyone else's (they all lie) and sales would suffer (the truth hurts). I actually get about 410 fps with a fresh CO2 cartridge (at 80* F) shooting 7.9g Crosman Hollow Point ammo. This is very respectable, especially for a blow-back gun.

                      • CB from USA asked:

                        I am asking if anyone else has had the same experience. I just received my P226 & P250. The pellet magazines both drop pellets from bottom 8rd holder when firing H&N Excite Econ Pellets, .177 Cal, 7.48 Grains, Wadcutter

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          You need to seat the pellets and use non pointed pellets on the bottom part of the mag...wanna use pointed just make sure they loaded in the chamber side ...

                        • Karl from USA:

                          I've fired off about 300 Crossman Competition 7.4 grain wadcutters with none falling out. Take a look through the reviews if you haven't recently, since several mention the type of pellet used without saying that any fell out. Good luck.

                        • CB from USA:

                          This is not an answer but an update to my question. I've tried 10 other brands of pellets & they all seem to fit loosely in the magazine's. I've ordered several more .177 pellets of different head diameter, hopefully these will work better. I'll update my findings.

                      • Airgun Papa from USA asked:

                        If you have one of these pistols, does the gun shoot to point of aim of the factory sights? Mine shoots 3" to 4" low at 10 yards.

                        • Anthony from USA:

                          Mine is shooting about 4" low; however it is dead center horizontally.

                        • Eric from USA:

                          the POI looks to be function of the pellets selected. Mine are POA = POI with the good stuff. When I ran H&N Sport 8.18gr, same as you found, low 4" and right approx 5" groups @ 12 yds. Also kept coming loose in mag. When I fired Crossman Prem Ultra Mag 10.5gr, not only did they stay in the mag, but it was hitting almost dead POA with groups 1.5" at 12 yds on same CO2 after the H&Ns.

                        • John from USA:

                          My also shoots 3-4" low and to the right. That should be re-examined at the factory!

                      • Airgun Papa from USA asked:

                        Has anyone actually used an after-market magazine in this pistol that fit and functioned exactly as the factory supplied unit that came with the gun? Please let everyone know what it is.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Doesn't exist...sorry they are all too long...Sig purposely used a shorter mag...

                      • stanley from USA asked:

                        anyone chrony the actual fps with full weight lead pellets such as crosman premiers?

                        • Allen from USA:

                          Using 7.9 gr Crosman Premier Hollow Points I got 410 fps at 80* F.

                        • John from USA:

                          I chrono'd this today using RWS Meisterkugeln PISTOL Pellets .177 cal., 7.0 grains. This was a 78 degree day. A high of 361 fps and a low of 322 fps with an average of 338 fps. The 510 fps is obviously with non-lead very light weight pellets.

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          Using the 8.2 gr. RWS Match WC pellet I got 388 fps. at 71 degrees F. I fire thousands of pellets each year and experience tells me I can expect another 25 fps at 85 degree temps.

                      • Rami from USA asked:

                        Is there any accessories for this gun? Quad rail? Compensator?

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Not yet next quarter from my inside source at Sig air ...also thread pattern is not matchable at regular hardware stores already tried...it's close to an M12 but by like a different pitch than is on the normal metric scales..

                      • CB from USA asked:

                        Does PA ever plan to have this in stock? Every time I look into this gun they have no stock & the estimated in stock date gets pushed back farther & farther. Why advertise something there's never stock on?

                        • Ltg_Castillo from USA:

                          Airgun Depot has them in stock. If PA does not have them in stock by Sept 29th like they said. I will gladly cancel my order with PA and order From Airgun Depot!

                      • DAVID C from USA asked:

                        Cory -- I'd like to know where & when YOU got your SIG Sauer P226 Pellet pistol ?!!? No one else seems to have any real answers !!

                        • Rami from USA:

                          I just got one from pyramdair.com yesterday. :-)

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Be patient..i ordered mine in May along with a mcx...its sig not the gun dealers..look at sigs web site..they dont even have any info about their airguns yet and they already shipped the handguns..

                      • Dean from USA asked:

                        Is this really shooting at 510 FPS?

                        • David from USA:

                          No, not even close. It's a blatant lie, as far as I'm concerned. They didn't test with lead rounds, and with probably shot Q-tips out of it, lol. Seriously, however...let's put it this way: 15 feet, can't even barley dent a coffee can in 77degrees F, indoors. My 7 grain ball points are not even deformed. My 340 fps Tanfoglio rips the cans apart at 20 feet, so...No. It shoots at more around 300, tested on my chornograph and was un-pleasantly surprised.TL;DR: False advertisement.

                        • Allen from USA:

                          Using 7.9 gr Crosman Premier Hollow Points I got 410 fps at 80* F.

                        • John from USA:

                          I chrono'd mine today, 10/06/2015, the RWS Meisterkugeln PISTOL Pellets - .177 cal., 7.0 grains. This was a 78 degree day. A high of 361 fps and a low of 322 fps with an average of 338 fps. So its looks like the mid 300's with the lead pellets.

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          I have chronographed mine today and with 7.0 g RWS Pistol Match WC at 71 degrees F. I got an average of 409 fps. Using the 8.2 gr. RWS Match WC pellet I got 388 fps. I fire thousands of pellets each year and experience tells me I can expect another 25 fps at 85 degree temps.

                        • Stan from USA:

                          Anywere from 340 to 400 depends on air temp and pellets

                      • johnson from USA asked:

                        Why the estimated in stock date is always delay? And what's the exactly Max Velocity? Is the speed 510 fps ture? I saw a test report "Using standard Crosman 177 caliber lead wadcutter pellets, the average velocity clocked in at 325.7 feet per second. Switching to lighter and more aerodynamic Gamo platinum power pellets, the velocity jumped to over 400 feet per second." Why so different? I already booking it for more than 3 months and I want know the truth.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          They shipped first batch on 9-29-15

                        • ptpowelljim from USA:

                          i waited over two months for a colt python chrome ,finaly cancelled it, i hope it won't take long for this order

                        • Sean from USA:

                          I would like to know as well, I have been waiting since 6/5/2015 @ Airgun depot. I figured the problem may have been with the distributor (Airgun depot) but this is everywhere? So a very valid question, I did hear a rumor that its a packaging issues?

                      • Sean from USA asked:

                        will this CO2 pistol fire without the threaded attachment?

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          Yes it will. It appears to me the cap is protective only and the barrel threads are there for an attachment.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Yes as it has a tendency to walk off the barrel during firing ....sig knows better than to not taper a barrel thats is dedicated to attaching a thread on barrel suppressor...dropped the ball on this one..

                        • Stan from USA:

                          Threaded attachment is part of barrel.cap unscrews to cover threads

                      • Gerardo from USA asked:

                        l the Gamo P-25 & PT-85 Air Pistol Magazines fit this gun? Jerry F. Sunrise,Fl.

                        • CB from USA:

                          Actually I spoke with a sales rep at AD. The Sig Sauer. 177 pellet mags are sold in pairs@ $17.99. They are still in pre order status.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Neither..i own both types and they are too long to fit this gun and the notches are in diffrent locations to secure mag in handle...the additional mags are for pre order only on AGD...for $20 USD a mag...pre order only right now...

                      • stanley from USA asked:

                        What size is the barrel thread?

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Wow because a M12 fit the barrel nut but the pitch was off...a whole millimeter diffrence though...we gonnational have to recheck..I could be wrong...

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          I do not know the size of the barrel thread, but they are RH on my pistol. (Clockwise on/ CCW off).

                        • Stan from USA:

                          13.5X1mm LH

                      • Rami from USA asked:

                        Is the compensator from the Walther NightHawk will fit on this pistol?

                        • Rami from USA:

                          No.

                      • Dewey from USA asked:

                        Will this pistol shoot Crosman Destroyer .177, 7.9 grains pellets ?

                        • Benjamin from USA:

                          Just FYI, when I tried, it jammed the barrel and had to be gunsmithed/repaired by Sig.

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          Velocity is 390 fps at 71 degrees F.

                        • Richard from USA:

                          Of course it will. Not sure about the fps but it will probably fire them at around 360

                      • Robert from USA asked:

                        Is the decocker functional?

                        • Cory from USA:

                          Yes, it also functions as the safety.

                      • Leon from USA asked:

                        Does the breech/ejection port open when fired?

                        • Cory from USA:

                          No, it is part of the slide. The slide is molded to look like there is the barrel lug there but it does not open when the slide cycles.

                      • Leon from USA asked:

                        Does the slide lock back when the magazine is empty?

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Nope and no slide hold open either which is gonna make threading the suppressor a balancing act...

                        • Cory from USA:

                          The slide does not lock back when the magazine is empty.

                      • Leon from USA asked:

                        Does the disassembly lever work? Can it be field-stripped?

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          There is a slide release but it doesn't function like a lever you just use a punch to remove it..

                        • Cory from USA:

                          The disassembly lever does not function in the same way it does on the firearm.

                        • Mark from USA:

                          no

                      • Leon from USA asked:

                        Does the decocking lever work?

                        • Cory from USA:

                          Yes, it functions as both the safety and decoking lever.

                      • Robert from USA asked:

                        510 fps using lead?

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          I have chronographed mine today and with 7.0 g RWS Pistol Match WC at 71 degrees F. I got an average of 409 fps. Using the 8.2 gr. RWS Match WC pellet I got 388 fps. I fire thousands of pellets each year and experience tells me I can expect another 25 fps at 85 degree temps.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          The highest fps i get out of all my guns is when using crossman supersonic pellets (SSP) they only weigh 4.5 gr and will break the sound barrier in nitro piston guns the entire pellet flight...they are usually good for a 100-200 fps bump in all my guns...

                        • Richard from USA:

                          Usually these are all rated using the lightest alloy available, which is not lead lol. I'm guessing 360 with destroyers

                      • Steven from USA asked:

                        Is the thread protector nut made of metal or plastic? Can it be removed?

                        • Cory from USA:

                          It is metal and it can be removed.

                      • Michael from USA asked:

                        Is the trigger metal or plastic?

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          It appears to be a powdered metal casting, not a machined part.

                        • Val from USA:

                          metal

                      • tyler from USA asked:

                        Can you put other Sig Sauer P226 magazines in this pistol?

                        • Val from USA:

                          from other Sig Sauer pellet guns (but not BB guns)

                      • Victor from USA asked:

                        Is the advertised MAX VELOCITY of 510 FPS accurate, or is this a typo?

                        • Allen from USA:

                          All manufactures post fps ratings using light alloy pellets (only a "white lie"). If one manufacturer advertised the fps with real lead pellets, it would look slower than everyone else's (they all lie) and sales would suffer (the truth hurts). I actually get about 410 fps with a fresh CO2 cartridge (at 80* F) shooting 7.9 gr Crosman Hollow Point ammo. This is very respectable, especially for a blow-back gun.

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          I have chronographed mine today and with 7.0 g RWS Pistol Match WC at 71 degrees F. I got an average of 409 fps. Using the 8.2 gr. RWS Match WC pellet I got 388 fps. I fire thousands of pellets each year and experience tells me I can expect another 25 fps at 85 degree temps. I suspect it may reach the advertised velocity with alloy pellets, but my barrel will never be exposed to the stuff. Besides, I have chronographed well over 100 pellets at both the muzzle and downrange and recorded the results on a ballistics table on my computer. Most lead free pellets do not retain velocity well at all and the slower lead catches up very quickly; almost always by 20 yards and some alloys are no faster at 10 yards than the lead.

                        • Rami from USA:

                          It shows in print on the original package, also feels like when you shoot.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Yes using crossam ssp at 4.5gr with full co2

                      • iphuc from USA asked:

                        Does this pistol has field strip option ?

                        • Joe from USA:

                          no

                      • Donald from USA asked:

                        Is this SAO, DAO or SA/DA....?? Has anyone tried the trigger..?? Good/bad/ok....???

                        • Cory from USA:

                          I would like to add that it feels quite close to the firearm equivalent. There is the long pull length and the additional take up in single action. While not identical would be fine for practice as it is very close.

                        • Cory from USA:

                          is a SA/DA trigger. It will shoot in double action on the first shot if the hammer is not cocked. The slide action will cock the hammer on each shot after but there is the long take up left in the trigger. It is a pretty good trigger in my opinion.

                      • Greg from USA asked:

                        The mag - is this the same as used in the PX4 Storm or the Gamo? (Which are similar but not identical.)

                        • Rami from USA:

                          But will NOT fit in the sig sauer.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          Not the same as either will not work

                        • Joe from USA:

                          similar, yes

                      • DAVID C from USA asked:

                        What is the weight of the pistol ?

                        • Cory from USA:

                          I weighed it at 2.4 lbs

                        • Greg from USA:

                          I've seen it listed (the air soft version) as 2 pounds elsewhere.

                      • DAVID C from USA asked:

                        Are the mag clip slots magnetized in order to hold BBs also ?

                        • Shawn from USA:

                          The center of each 8rd rotory IS magnetized and holds BBs with no major issue. They may occasionally fall out of bottom part of clip if gun is jarred or shaken heavily. Purchased gun and 2x mags to go with it.

                        • Rami from USA:

                          PX4 Magazine WILL NOT fit all the way in the SIG Sauer P226 do not force it.

                        • Lucas from USA:

                          It does have a bb illustration on the exterior of the mag but when you read the instruction manuel it states to use pellets only...something that needs to be addressed because of the obvious contradiction but i would warn against using bb's in a rifled barrel...also bb's tend to roll out of rotary mag wheels after being used a bit and then roll against parts inside the gun and wear them down cause jams..malfunctions. and break plastic parts...just experience talking..

                        • Cory from USA:

                          It is not magnetized for BB's

                        • Greg from USA:

                          If the clip is the same as the PX4 Storm, it will hold BBs but that clip is not magnatized as far as I know.

                      • EFC from USA asked:

                        how many mags does she come with?

                        • Airgun Papa from USA:

                          The 16 round magazine is an 8 x 2 design. (an 8 round cylinder on each end that is manually flipped after the first eight shots.

                        • Stan from USA:

                          Comes with one 16rd mag and the mag is made of plastic

                        • Dan the Man from USA:

                          One

                        • Ashley from USA:

                          This pistol comes with one 16rd. magazine.

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