Date: 23/3/2019 3:28
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Customers Q&A on Sig Sauer X-Five ASP CO2 Pellet Pistol, Black

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  • Joe from USA asked:

    Has anyone found a successful trigger modification for this gun. When the gun isn't loaded, the trigger pull is just over 2 lbs but the minute you load the mag up it jumps to over 8 lbs! I realize that the entire first part of the pull is advancing the magazine and that likely cannot be improved but why the huge difference in break weight when the mag is loaded? Makes no sense to me and I'm hoping someone has found a way to improve it.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Sadly this is normal for any of the belt fed pellet shooting CO2 pistols. I have yet to find any solutions

  • Chad from USA asked:

    Is this gun actually manufactured by Sig Sauer, or should I spend my money on the Cybergun 4.5mm BB version? My understanding is that you should NEVER shoot steel BB's down a rifled barrel because the the steel BB's will damage the rifling of the barrel, or has Sig formulated a new metallurgy (Sig-Steel) for their airgun barrels?

    • Tyler from USA:

      The gun is made in Japan for Sig Sauer. The Cybergun Sig stuff was just licensed and not an actual Sig product. It's not recommended to shoot BBs out of a rifled barrel because over time it can degrade the rifling, does that mean that you cannot do it, no. The gun will work with both. I would stick with pellets for the most part, but shooting BBs out of it every so often isn't going to kill the pistol.

  • Danny from USA asked:

    Is the break down switch on side usable for breaking down for cleaning

    • Tyler from USA:

      No

  • Michael from Canada asked:

    Having a jamming/decocking problem, was wondering if this means I have broken it? Results were with destroyer pellet. Will try again with pointeds. Do the pellets need to be pushed in all the way with a tool?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes, seating the pellets will help. Also, try a shorter pellet like a wadcutter to make sure there are no issues with either end of the pellet clipping the belt housing and hanging it up

  • Joseph from USA asked:

    Are extra magazines available with initial purchase ? and at what cost ?

    • godefroy from Canada:

      Ok. I bought the P320 mags and they do not cycle as well as the original mag. Each 2 trigger pull is a bit clunky. I will not use the mags. And I saw a YouTube review saying the X5 is calibrated for 40 shots co2 change. I got a jam on third mag

    • Tyler from USA:

      Not sure until they come in. Looks like the mags are the same as the 320 mags but with a different floor plate

  • Mike from USA asked:

    How many shots per CO2 cartridge?

    • Tyler from USA:

      If it's like the 320, I'd expect 60-70

  • jose from USA asked:

    It keeps constantly jamming like the p320?

    • Terry from USA:

      I had some jams in my first couple of mags. Since then, I (and three other people) have gone through four mags without a jam at all. I do make sure the pellets are seated all the way into the belt, which may help. My first Co2 cartridge was a USG Ultra-Air Lubrication cartridge. That could have caused the initial jams or maybe it lubed the way for subsequent mags not to jam. Either way, I am happy this thing isn't jamming at all now. And it was easy to clear the jams I had.

    • jose from USA:

      Its arrived. So?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Gun hasn't hit shelves yet, will have to wait and see

  • joseph. c from USA asked:

    Could you use the mags for the sig p320 for this gun also thanks

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yup

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