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SIG Sauer P320 Pistol
Please Note: Your P320 will feature a 30rd magazine, however, if you purchase additional spare magazines, Sig Sauer has reduced the capacity to 20rds.
This 30 shot repeater debuted at SHOT Show 2017, and Sig Sauer has once again set a new standard for CO2 air pistols.
Built with a sturdy metal slide against a polymer frame, this Sig's claim to fame is its 30 round capacity. The first pistol of its kind, this belt-fed semi-auto is capable of firing both .177 pellets and BBs as fast as you can pull the trigger! Featuring realistic blowback, and fueled by a 12-gram CO2 cartridge held in the grip, you can propel your ammo choice at up to 430 fps (depending on ammo weight/composition). With this many shots, this pistol is great for hours of plinking fun!
Recently selected by the US Army to replace the Beretta M9, this pistol is destined to see action overseas for years to come as the standard Army issue sidearm. This replica Sig has the exact same trigger pull as the real gun for a real feel, ideal for owners or fans of the real pistol, but less costly to shoot. Shooters can mount a flashlight or laser sight to the Weaver accessory rail and keep their target in sight.
If you like CO2 replicas with more shots with less reloads, this is the air pistol you've been waiting for!
Available in black or coyote tan.
|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Max Shots per Fill||30|
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Things I liked: Love this piece. So realistic. Great value.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing. Great practice.
What others should know: Quality purchase. Worth every penny so far.
Things I liked: I like the feel of the gun. It runs great and it is super accurate. However, there are a couple of things that I hope SIG will change.
Things I would have changed: If you continue to shoot when the bottle is low it will stack pellets in the barrel and eventually the pellets will backup inot the magazine, the gun will stop and you cannot remove the magazine to clear the jam without removing the slide and "pounding" the mag on the top to get it to drop out of the pistol grip. There was enough room for the mag release to drop the magazine until it was stopped by a jammed pellet. I took a punch and gently tapped on the top of the mag to break it loose. After I managed to get the mag out, I punch several pellets out of the barrel. I was using SIG pellets. I would like to see SIG include instrudtions on how to remove the slide to clear a jam in the magazine feed area. I had to go to YOu Tube the first time this happened to find out how to disassemble the slide. And frankly, the pellet chain feeding device is a pain in the rear to load. So I would recommend having more than one or two magazines. A 30 round replacement mag would be great
What others should know: The jam has happened twice on my pistol. Both times it was new shooters, me and my daughter in law. For me, by new, I had never shoot a CO2 gun before and did ot know the fell and sounds they make. My daughter in law had never shot any kind of gun before. Listen to your gun. if it slows down and the report get less loud, stop and change the bottle. They are cheap and if you change it when it gets low, you will not have to take it home and clear the jam because this is not something you can do at the range.
Things I liked: Look and feel of the real gun. Ability to train without traveling to shooting range. Blowback reminds you to keep your hands steady even though is far from real gun but that is expected with the power of CO2 cartridge. Crossman cartridge last about 130 shots before is loosing the strength. If left in the gun there was absolutely no leak for over two weeks.
Things I would have changed: Definitely improve design of belt feed magazine. I tried many different kinds of pellets and found that my gun in general shoots right down which unfortunately cannot be adjusted. After I shot around 300 pellets through original 30 rnds magazine I decided to buy spare magazines as the loading is quite tedious. I was quite disappointed when I found that spare magazines come in 20 rnds. However with shooting you will find out that the gun will jam very easily, and smaller magazines don't jam as often. It helps a bit if you load the magazines with moving belt against loading direction of the gun - that is clockwise. Also to my shock I found that each magazine change the point of aim quite significantly.
What others should know: I am shooting in the garage 18 yards (or meters) at the room temperature - 20 degrees Celsius. First of all never try to shoot any kind of BBs! Even though the nominal size 0.177 or 4.5mm is the same, these are much looser than pellets. When the gun was new I started with cheap Daisy pellets which where flying around 6 inches in diameter. Trying different pellets some were flying completely off the target and when the magazines were new the tightest group I got from Crossman premium Wadcutters in 2.5 inches. However the more I shot and belts were moving easier I found the group became wide up to 5 inches while in contradiction the cheap Daisy wadcutters which I tried again tightened to 1.5 inch. Go figure. In all I like the gun but is apparently very particular about the pellets you use. If you want more constant precision arm yourself with a patience and use only one magazine even though most of your shooting time you will spend loading it.
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Why, on such an advanced designed pistol at this price is there not a quality wind-age adjustable rear sight blade. I know it's suppose to replicate the actual fire arm, but talk about a sales killer on a pellet gun.
Why doesn't it mention anything about the trigger here ? Is there a problem with the trigger ? Is it double action despite being blow Back, or is the action cocked when the slide is moved ?
Will the pointed predator poly mag shorts .177 function in this gun?
|Max Velocity||430 fps|