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.177 caliber velocities Our tech department provided this shot string, which was done with 5.25 grain match ballistic alloy pellets:
Shot 1: 428.11 fps Shot 2: 513.51 fps Shot 3: 493.59 fps Shot 4: 489.98 fps Shot 5: 499.75 fps Shot 6: 492.83 fps Shot 7: 497.49 fps Shot 8: 497.08 fps Shot 9: 474.27 fps High: 513.51 Low: 428.11 Average: 487.40 fps
|Max Velocity||700 fps|
|Front Sight||Flip-up, adjustable|
|Rear Sight||Flip-up, adjustable|
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Things I liked: Pretty accurate. Feels great. Sig Sauer support.
Things I would have changed: Better reliability.
What others should know: Had mine for about 8 months when it stopped working. Maybe had 250 rounds through it? Contacted PA. They told me to contact Sig as it was still under warranty. I did so and Sig was GREAT. Emailed me a prepaid fed ex return label. It took about 4-6 weeks and now I have it back. They replaced it with a new one....not repaired. Hoping this one lasts longer than the first.....perhaps the new ones have the bugs worked out.
Things I liked: Its great when it works or not defective. 3 returns and can not seem to get one that functions for more than a weekend
Things I would have changed: The quality
What others should know: The Pyramid Air returns are awesome
Things I liked: Stock up on pellets! Only had the thing for an hour or so and already emptied a tin. I ended up getting the venturi tank for it because I hate CO2, especially hated the idea of having to get the 88 or 90 gram tanks. Anyway, I was almost really disappointed at first. I unboxed the gun, pumped up the tank, loaded a couple mags (definitely order a spare mag as well), and took her outside to sling some lead. First shot = no problem, second shot = problem. Long story short, I had to rack the charging handle after every shot for the first couple mags. Came in and tried to find some troubleshooting tips online. All I can find were people that had similar issues, but no solutions. Not ready to give up on it quite yet, I loaded a couple more mags and headed back out, and by some miracle its functioned flawlessly ever since. No clue what the issue was or how it resolved itself. I dont know if it was the gun or the reg/valve on the venturi tank. All I know is that it works now.
Things I would have changed: I wish sig would make their own PCP version instead of having to get the venturi tank. The venturi adds some substantial length of pull. I'm 6'1" with a decent wing span and it's a little long with the tank mounted. It'll do for what it is, wouldn't accept it with my standard AR's though.
What others should know: This thing isn't meant for hunting. When shooting lead (not alloy) it definitely wont get near the listed FPS. That's ok though! It's meant to be a trainer/plinker and it's perfect for that role. While we're on the subject, I definitely would not waste the money on the alloy pellets just to gain some FPS. You're going to go through a lot of pellets really fast! Save some coin and just get basic lead wadcutters. Almost forgot another good point. This thing is surprisingly accurate! So kudos to Sig in that regard. Overall, is it perfect? No. A lot of fun? Yes. A few tweaks and Sig could REALLY be onto something here.
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What battery for the red dot sight?
Does this ship to Canada?
Not at this time
Can I use any style of .177 pellet with my mcx?
|Max Velocity||700 fps|