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SIG Sauer M17 P320 ASP, CO2 Pellet Pistol, Coyote-Tan
Tech Tip: Not compatible with P320 20 round magazines (SIG-AMPC-177-20). The P320 magazine is too long to fit into the M17 housing.
Pulled from the holsters of the world’s most powerful fighting force, the US Army’s newest sidearm is ready for its backyard debut!
Sporting the desert coloration of its theater of operations, this Coyote-Tan M17 uses a 20rd rotary magazine to sling pellets into your target at speeds up to 430 fps. To get started, load up the magazine, drop in a single 12-gram CO2 cartridge and commence dropping targets downrange.
Each SIG M17 CO2 Pistol is field-strippable and includes a responsive blowback to bring the most realism possible to your plinking sessions. Ready for rapid-fire action, shoot with white-dot sights or add accessories to its Weaver rail to make this historic sidearm your own.
Want to get a backyard friendly feel for this historic sidearm? Take hold of your own SIG M17 and bring the battle to your backyard range.
|Max Velocity||430 fpsMeasured with 5.25 ammo|
|Trigger Pull||6.0 lbs|
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Things I liked: Nice looking gun! Really like the rotary magazine. And, the blowback slide is also cool.
Things I would have changed: the trigger pull is really long and you must release the trigger fully before attempting to fire the next shot (maybe it just takes a little bit to get used to. But, I've fired 120 rounds plus, and it still seems to be a "long pull"! This was my second M17. The 1st one was really inaccurate ( or so I thought)! shot 80 rounds of 6 brands of pellets at 13 feet which averaged 1/2 -1 inch low and 1/2 - 1 inch to the right (using a rest) and I shot another 80 rounds of 6 brands of pellets at 22 feet which averaged 2-3 inches low and 1-1.5 inches to the right (also with a rest). So, Pyramyd support was terrific (as usual) and exchanged the gun for me, no questions asked! So, I received the replacement and shot the same pellets one more time. Results were a little better: at 13 feet they averaged 1/2 inch to the right and 12-1 inch low and at 22 feet the average was 1/2-1 inch to the right and 1-1.5 inches low. This is the least accurate (by far) hand gun of the ten that I own.
What others should know: I own the Wesson 715, Webley, Walther CP88, Colt "Duke" Single Action, Beretta 92FS and this M17. I shoot at indoor paper targets (4 inch diameter circles with 3 inch, 2 inch and 1 inch circles inside the larger circle. Shooting the M17, I missed the 4 inch circle completely 32 times out of 120 shots. The most misses I had with the "other" 5 hand guns was 4 (the Webley) and 3 (the Wesson), the others had no misses! The pellets I shot were: JSB Diabolo Exact 8.44Gr Round point, RWS Diabolo Basic 7.0Gr Wadcutter, EWS Meisterkugein Professional 7.0Gr Wadcutter, JSB Diabolo match Exact 7.87Gr Round point, RWS Super H Field line 6.9Gr Hollow Point, and the RWS Meisterkugein Professional Line 8.2Gr Wadcutter. The "only thing" different from all of these guns is the Blow Back feature on the M17. I also have a P08 Luger BB pistol with Blow back and I took it out a fired 20 rounds into the same sized target resulting in 20 hits within the 2 inch circle. Its' not the blow back feature!
Things I liked: Great replica of the real thing.love the ability to field strip. Love the combination gas, belt clip.
Things I would have changed: Better accuracy at 10 meters, replacement magazines for purchase at pyramydair you can get the complete magazine and belt pellet holder at SigSauer website for 19.95 they are in stock and shipping is fast
What others should know: Accuracy at 5 to 15 feet is very good, a little low and to the right but that probably is my fault. That said my P226 is spot on probably do to it being a heavier gun, one that I have used many times while in the military.
Things I liked: The feel of the pistol is nice. I like that belt fed 20 pellet clip and the new CO2 loading. The blow back is more crisp than my P226 and really gives you a jolt when fired. It is fun to setup steel and blow them down. Reactive target is what makes this gun fun. If you are trying to hit the center of your target, forget about this gun.
Things I would have changed: The accuracy of pistol is not good. Holding of the sights to hit your target is not the norm. If bulls eye shooting and you acquire the target like you normally would with open sights the pellet hits way low. To hit targets you have to figure out a hold to hit what you want to hit. Don't know why Sig did not correct this before releasing the pistol.
What others should know: The safety on my pistol is very hard to engage.
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Can you buy extra magazines?
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.
Can you use pointed pellets and if so which kind?
I have been using pba platinum and winchester 4.32gr
Does anyone know if this will accommodate standard size reflex sight of only with the sig romeo?
Sig SauerM17 P320 ASP Field Strippable Pistol, 20 round magazine - Tan
|Max Velocity||430 fpsMeasured with 5.25 ammo|