List Price $38.99
Read more about the SIG Sauer Match Ballistic Alloy Pellets in Dennis Adler's Airgun Experience Blog.
Looking for a lead-free option? Experienced 10-meter shooters choose wadcutter pellets because they cleanly punch paper, which makes for easy scoring. These Sig Sauer Match Ballistic non-lead pellets provide maximum velocity and the competitive advantage youï¿½re looking for and theyï¿½re perfect for performance oriented shooters.
Item Code: SIG-MTCH177-500 [PY-P-1247]
|Ammo Type||Lead-free pellets|
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Things I liked: For being lead free, this product is more consistent than other lead free options. This is a great option for lead-free ranges.
What others should know: Smooth consistent pellets. No rough edges.
Things I liked: The top of the tin screws on, making it harder to spill
Things I would have changed: The point of impact of my new Sig Sauer P226 CO@ pellet pistol is over 4 inches below point of aim with the RWS R 10 Match pellets I usually use, so I tried some lighter pellets. The Sig Sauer pellets only raised the point of impact by about 3/4 of an inch, but my group sizes were much larger. I also tried the H&N Sport Match Green and Predator GTO pellets, and both of those also gave much tighter groups than the Sig Sauer Match and they are much cheaper than the the Sig Match pellets. The performance of the Sig Sauer pellets is really disappointing given their ridiculous price.
What others should know: Sig Sauer initial efforts with air pistols are really unimpressive. Neither the pistol nor the pellets perform very well.
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For my Sig mod does it have to have the Sig wadcutters that are $34.00 for 500 they are lead free so if anyone has used something and it worked fine and didn't jam I would really like to knw. I have Crossman .177 pellets and I'm afraid to use them after reading the book it came with and it said to use only Sig pellets and Sig co2....HELP!