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Sig Sauer X-Five ASP CO2 Pellet Pistol, Silver
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. You can further customize the gun to your preferences with its Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail.
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. 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|
|Trigger Pull||5.5 lbs|
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Things I liked: It just feels right. Solid well made replica. CO2 loading system is superb.
Things I would have changed: Recess the barrel about 3/8 to 1/2 inch
What others should know: Make sure you have extra magazines and plenty of co2.
Things I liked: This P226 X-Five Silver is a big and heavy pellet pistol. Except for the grips and the magazine, I think everything else is metal. Although the trigger pull is long due to the trigger advancing the magazine, the trigger pull is not hard and heavy. The safety is ambidextrous with a hard click. Although I find it easy to use the thumb of my shooting hand to take the safety off, my shooting hand thumb doesn't have enough leverage to reactivate the safety. The safety click is hard enough that I need to use my non-shooting hand to reactivate the safety. I like the adjustable rear sight, but I found the pistol was difficult to zero in. I was going back and forth on the sight adjustment trying to get the shots to group on the center of the target. My accuracy with the pistol was not as good some others have reported. The belt magazine worked well without jamming. I also like the cam lever for loading the CO2.
Things I would have changed: I would like to see white dots on the rear sight in addition to the white dot on the front sight.
What others should know: I shot groups of 10 shots each from a bench rest at 18 feet to target. I started at 18 feet rather than 33 feet (10 meters) because I wanted to see what accuracy I could get at short distance first. Nearly all of my 10 shot groups were 3" to 4". RWS Supermag pellets gave me a 10 shot group of 2.5". Several pellets gave me groups less than 2" for less than 10 shots. Crosman wad: 1.75" (6 shots); Meisterkugeln Pistol: 1.75" (8 shots); Hobby: 1.75" (8 shots); Supermag: 1.6" (5 shots); JSB Match Diabolo: 1.25" (7 shots); H&N Match Pistol: 1.75" (6 shots); and H&N Match Rifle: 1.75" (7 shots). I really like the silver finish.
Things I liked: I already have a black one , I just wanted to know what it would be like to have one in each hand and blazing away, and it's pretty cool mon. Have a safe weekend.
Things I would have changed: More Power
What others should know: Be safe
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Is it possible to decock the hammer without firing the pistol
Only way to do it would be to ride the hammer back after pulling the trigger.
How does this one differ from the other X-Fives that have 300fps and 18 bb mags? Is it a different manufacturer?
This one shoots pellets. And is actually made by Sig Sauer, the other is made by cybergun.
Can this one be field striped?
P226 X-Five Series .177 Cal, 20 Rd CO2 Pellet Pistol, Silver
|Max Velocity||430 fps|