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?
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
Are extra magazines available with initial purchase ? and at what cost ?
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
Not sure until they come in. Looks like the mags are the same as the 320 mags but with a different floor plate
How many shots per CO2 cartridge?
If it's like the 320, I'd expect 60-70
It keeps constantly jamming like the p320?
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.
Its arrived. So?
Gun hasn't hit shelves yet, will have to wait and see
Could you use the mags for the sig p320 for this gun also thanks