Date: 1/6/2020 19:41
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Customers Q&A on SIG Sauer P226 X-Five CO2 Pistol

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  • Sean from USA asked:

    Does anyone know where you can get spare parts for the KWC/Cybergun Sig P226 X-Five? I need this spring! I lost it! https://imgur.com/a/hQXiPBt

    • Mark from USA:

      Try Evike or Cybergun.

  • Michael from USA asked:

    Why does a BB roll out of the barrel after I cock it? I am using .177 4.5 BB's. What should I do?

    • Mark from USA:

      The gun needs to be serviced. Contact Sig Sauer at 603-610-3000.

  • Michael from USA asked:

    What's a good concealed holster, or general holster, for this?

    • James from USA asked:

      I noticed my safety seems to not work at all anymore. It moves but does not prohibit firing or anything. I can field strip it but figured I'd ask about what I might look for first. I'm searching the net but any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks, Jim

      • Mark from USA:

        We do not work on the Sig CO2 pistol at all. We can not give any practical advice.

    • Tgov from Greece asked:

      https://www.airsoftmarketplace.com/item.php?SKU=AMP171220170729

      • Tgov from Greece:

        Ok thanks

      • Mark from USA:

        Looks to be the same gun. A defective item. Good for parts.

    • Tgov from Greece asked:

      Is the air nozzle from 1911 cybergun compatible with this model?

      • Mark from USA:

        No

    • Tgov from Greece asked:

      I want some parts for this gun. Anyone know where i can find some? . I need air nozzle

      • Tgov from Greece:

        From cybergun?

      • Mark from USA:

        parts would come from Sig Sauer.

    • SIMON from United Kingdom asked:

      I will sound very naive but are these items plastic or metal.

      • Mark from USA:

        Material: Full metal

    • Russell from United Kingdom asked:

      I have a sig sayer p226 x-5 co2 pistol by cyber gun and I need a new outer barrel for it can you get spare parts

      • Robert from USA asked:

        Does the blowback feature use additional CO2, more so than a pistol without it? It's realistic, but given a choice, I would rather have more shots per CO2cartridge

        • Jordan from USA:

          Yes blow back systems use more gas to operate the slide. however in most cases it very little difference.

      • david from USA asked:

        The gun is fine IAM sure my question is this. I am very diabetic so nerve endings in fingers most of the time are very painful. I actually have many action pistols I can't shoot because the magazines are impossible for me too hold spring down to load them. I would welcome any advice.

        • Tyler from USA:

          I use a pair of tweezers to pull and hold the followers down most of the time. Not sure that would solve the issue for you though, but just a thought.

      • Robert from USA asked:

        DOES THIS PISTOL HAVE AN M1913 RAIL

        • Tyler from USA:

          Yes

      • Vidal from Trinidad and Tobago asked:

        Hi. So without even using it much (maybe like 200 rounds), mine had to be continuously manually cocked to fire; apparently the little notch for the trigger arm to grip onto the hammer was worn. So I foolishly decided to open it up. Like really open it up. I now cannot put the hammer assembly back together and even if I am successful, it still has the worn part. Is there anywhere I can get a replacement hammer assembly to buy? Or at least instructions on how to put it back together?

        • colin from USA asked:

          Where can I buy a new air nozzle for this gun?

          • colin from USA asked:

            I need a new air nozzle for this gun as the stripper is worn and won't put a new B&B in the barrel so l have to load one at a time! Does anyone know where to get parts for this gun? It is out of warranty

            • Huzpaza from USA:

              Check ebay. I saw 2 Magazine's for it for sale with the gun for parts.

          • Joe G from USA asked:

            Is the new shipment going to be a changed model with a red tip and cheaper construction or are some other product listings around the web and here as well been misleading? I would love to have got this before the world sold old.

            • Val from USA:

              Red/orange tip is on the airsoft guns. This one is a .177 metal BB gun

          • Jim from USA asked:

            Is there any way to disable the blowback in this gun?

            • Tanstaafl from USA:

              Sure. Super Glue, two-part epoxy, J.B. Weld; or perhaps a few strategically placed tack welds... and then it won't shoot, either. Why not simply shop for a gun without blowback?

          • Steve from USA asked:

            Is there a moulded Cytac type holster for this gun?

            • Val from USA:

              No, the one Cytac makes fits Sig P226 pellet gun version, not the bb gun version.

          • Alijah from USA asked:

            can you put REAL sig p226 grips on this bb gun ?

            • Patrick from USA asked:

              On the discription it says it has a weaver rail but when I go to see what it is compatible with it shows the Swiss arms laser sight which says only for picatinny rails which one is it or both

              • Stanley from USA:

                Weaver and picatinny rails are considered the same , so any accessory that is compatible will work . So it is both.

            • Patrick from USA asked:

              On the discription it says it has a weaver rail but when I go to see what it is compatible with it shows the Swiss arms laser sight which says only for picatinny rails which one is it or both

              • Stanley from USA:

                See above.

            • Karl from USA asked:

              Is the trigger single or double action? The real X-Five is SAO if I recall correctly, and I see different descriptions in the reviews.

            • Thomas from USA asked:

              Does anyone know if you can buy replacement parts for this gun? I was using it as film prop and one of the takes, the font 8th of the slide sheared off the gun and flew off (terrifyingly fast, I might add) - I'm sure we dropped it at some point while filming - I've had this one for a while now - but if I can find a replacement slide, I don't think I'll need to buy a whole new gun to replace it. Otherwise, really solid airgun far as I could tell

              • Val from USA:

                no replacement slides available

            • Wenze from USA asked:

              Does this gun have orange tip on it?

              • Richelle from USA:

                No, it does not.

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                No.

              • Tyler from USA:

                No, only airsoft guns have orange tips

              • Ashley from USA:

                No

            • Matthew from USA asked:

              Can OEM Sig Sauer grips from the real steel fit on to this pistol? I know the back portion would have to be modded due to the ambi-safety, but in regards to the size, would they fit?

              • Jerry from USA:

                we don't have that specific information

            • Jun from USA asked:

              should I get this or the walther cp 88 for my 11 year old

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                It might be a little heavy for your kid.

            • Vanderlei from Brazil asked:

              I`d like to know if you can send me CO2 Cartridges by Post office or other way to send ti to me in Brazil. This gun is not forbiden in Brazil, I ask you that just because you say you can`t sent it by air. So I need CO2 to play with this gun.

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                We're sorry, but co2 can't be shipped internationally.

            • clyde from USA asked:

              i have a blank fire pistol and gun oil came with it, can i use this oil in my b pistol

              • Tyler from USA:

                Not knowing what oil it is, I would not recommend it. I would only use Crosman Pellgun Oil

            • Thomas from USA asked:

              Looking to possibly purchase this gun to use as a film prop when it is impractical to use blank guns - does anyone know if you can "dry fire" this one without the slide locking back after every shot?

              • John from Canada:

                If you remove the spring from the magazine, it will continue to blowback when firing without without any bb's

              • Dan the Man from USA:

                Not without holding down the slide release. You still would need to use pellgun oil as well.

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