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Sig Sauer X-Five ASP CO2 Pellet Pistol, Black
Learn more about the SIG Sauer x-Five ASP in Tom Gaylord's Airgun Academy Blog.
Sig Sauer continues to improve on the design of pellet pistols for some of their most celebrated firearms. As part of this new standard for CO2 air pistols, SIG Sauer has created a 20rd belt fed CO2 version of the 226 X-Five ASP Pistol.
The 20rd magazine is where the X-Five ASP really shines through. This design allows for 20 semi-auto shots be to be taken before reloading while other pellet pistols use small capacity rotary mags that must be reloaded after every 6-8 shots. Once you load up your magazine and the CO2, you can shoot your pellets downrange at speeds up to 430 fps to shred paper targets and blast down soda cans. While designed for pellet shooting, you can also load up BBs. For even faster-paced shooting sessions, you can further customize the gun with lasers or flashlights mounted to its Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail.
With this many shots, this pistol is great for hours of plinking fun and a welcome addition for owners of the real steel SIG 226. If you like CO2 replicas with more shooting and less reloading, this is the air pistol you've been waiting for!
|Max Velocity||430 fps|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: Hard to say,only fired maybe 5 shots,b4 magazine hung up. Still waiting on replacement. 7
Things I would have changed: After reading other review's, get the issue fixed with the magazine hanging up,also the same problem, I had .
Things I liked: The first thing i want to say about this pistol is that it is a beast. It is huge and heavy and nicely finished. My pistol shot low out of the box but the rear sight is adjustable and quite nicely finished. This is a swell air gun for sure with a couple of quirks that set it apart from the others.
Things I would have changed: I understand because of the mag system that they couldn't have an ejection port. That kind of bothers me and the interior barrel is out all the way to the end of the slide and hence it looses that real look that so many other air guns have if you had to point it at someone being bad. Over all i like the pistol a lot but i consider it more of a training tool because of its size and weight.
What others should know: It took awhile to get used to the new style of magazine. I bought two extra mag's with the pistol and have run three sessions using all three one after another. I easily got 80 shots thru it on a tank of gas. I had read that these mags were prone to missing a pellet from time to time because of the method by which it works. I think i have had 1 pellet not fire out of the three mags with each mag used three times thru the series. It seems to work pretty well so far. As for the trigger that took a while to get used to. You have to pull it back until you feel the stop and from that point slowly squeeze the trigger. I find shooting 20 rounds at a time to be somewhat taxing to these old arms of mine but i like the weight as it is working the muscles more. The pistol will out shoot me by a mile and once you get the hang of the trigger and get used to the weight you will have good results. But it really is heavy.
Things I liked: The fully adjustable rear sight always helps on a pellet pistol. I really like how the 12 gram cartridge is loaded into this pistol. Accuracy is not bad at all for a 12 gram airgun that has blowback.
Things I would have changed: I have shot this pistol a lot in the summer before I have posted this review. One thing I would change is the belt inside the magazine. It is plastic and seems to not secure the pellets like it did when new. When it was new, I did not have loose pellets in the belt. Now when I take the belt magazine out, the pellet that is at the top will fall out and hit the floor. The only way to get around that, do not take out the magazine until it is empty. So I can see an improvement being made to the belt. Sometimes a loose pellet can cause a jam inside the belt mag, to where it will not rotate to the next one.
What others should know: Do not forget to use pellgun oil or rws chamber lube on the 12 gram cartridges before loading into the pistol. The belt magazine is the reason why I only gave it a 3 star good rating. The belt mag is one of the important parts of the pistol so it should be improved.
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Has anyone found a successful trigger modification for this gun. When the gun isn't loaded, the trigger pull is just over 2 lbs but the minute you load the mag up it jumps to over 8 lbs! I realize that the entire first part of the pull is advancing the magazine and that likely cannot be improved but why the huge difference in break weight when the mag is loaded? Makes no sense to me and I'm hoping someone has found a way to improve it.
Sadly this is normal for any of the belt fed pellet shooting CO2 pistols. I have yet to find any solutions
Is this gun actually manufactured by Sig Sauer, or should I spend my money on the Cybergun 4.5mm BB version? My understanding is that you should NEVER shoot steel BB's down a rifled barrel because the the steel BB's will damage the rifling of the barrel, or has Sig formulated a new metallurgy (Sig-Steel) for their airgun barrels?
The gun is made in Japan for Sig Sauer. The Cybergun Sig stuff was just licensed and not an actual Sig product. It's not recommended to shoot BBs out of a rifled barrel because over time it can degrade the rifling, does that mean that you cannot do it, no. The gun will work with both. I would stick with pellets for the most part, but shooting BBs out of it every so often isn't going to kill the pistol.
Is the break down switch on side usable for breaking down for cleaning
P226 X-Five Series .177 Caliber , 20 Rd CO2 Pellet Pistol, Black
|Max Velocity||430 fps|