|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||16|
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Things I liked: Accurate, fast, well built and crazy fun. firs my holster perfectly.
Things I would have changed: the safety is quite stiff.
Things I liked: I like the looks and feel. Had problems at 1st but after several clips and a couple of Co2s, it seems to be working fine. Just wish I had more time to fire it. Most of the parts that move seemed a little stiff, but I talked to a couple of Airgun buffs they said it probably needs to be broken in.
Things I would have changed: Don't know if I would change anything on the gun, but I did have a few pellets drop out of the clip. Maybe a little better design on the clip to make the pellets stay in. I do have a Crossman rifle that has a 5 round clip and the clip holds the pellets in, never seem to have any fall out.
What others should know: So far everyone at Pyramyd Air has been great, I know that this doesn't have anything to do with the air gun, but just wanted to let you know.
Things I liked: The feel and look are very nice. The function is very reliable.
Things I would have changed: I don't know how, but the accuracy could stand to be improved. I guess at the low price you shouldn't expect much.
What others should know: After 600 shots has not malfunctioned. Pellets go everywhere - even the 10 ring on occasion.
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Will this gun and clip fit and shoot pointed or domed pellets? Or is it just wadcutters, flatheads?
"Exclusive to US customers" oh well, I am a PA customer who lives in Canada, I would have liked to buy this p250 fromPA but at least iI was able to buy myself one new online from someone in Louisiana! :) I wonder if iam one of the very few Canadian Airgunners who was lucky to buy one of theseSiG pellet pistols?
Thankfully, they can now be shipping to Canada
Has anybody tried using this gun for hunting? I was wanting to get some H&N Crow Magnum .177 Cal, 9.26 Grains, Hollowpoint pellets with it for small hunting. Is this gun powerful enough to handle these kind of pellets? I want to get a pistol instead of a rifle for this purpose. I find pistols are easier to get a quick aim on a target. I am not talking about using it for long range hunting either, it is more of a small backyard type hunting.
Your best bet is to use light alloy pellets from crosman that are around 5 grains...the super point ally will get great penetration which will give you the best chance at despatching small pests/game...no matter which weight of pellet, this co2 pistol will still have the same muzzle energy created...at least with the ultra light penetrating alloy pellets you will achieve the higher velocity and should penetrate the target deep enough to cause lethal damage.
This air pistol would not be good for any type of hunting...it is rated for 500 fps but PA tested it and the average of ten shots over a Chronywas 405 fps which gives you about 2 fpe of energy...too low power for hunting, but OK for paper targets.
|Max Velocity||430 fps|