SIG ASP 20 is a real winner

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    shawnlyndy
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    This rifle is a real tack driver! Shot some 25 yard groups today. It's quite windy in OKC this afternoon. Shot my first 5 on the right 3/8 in. C to C. Clicked 8 clicks to the left and shot another 5 shot 3/8 in group. Was shooting between gusts. I am a tinkerer and this rifle doesn't allow that kind of pleasure due to SIGs "hands off policy" but it sure makes up for it in shooting pleasure. I have about 15 other German beauties that have scratched the tinkerer's itch. I am really pleased with this rifle. Just a completely different kind of feel.

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    DonC
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    I'm glad you like it. I would buy one too if they offered iron sights.

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    IrishCracker
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    Good group. Been looking at them rifles,pretty nice.

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    shawnlyndy
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    Look, I have several others that shoot this well, but nothing that shoots this well at 22 footpounds and cocks like a 15 foot pound gun. Amazing. Shoulders great and wonderful synthetic stock. Great build.

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    Glenroiland
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    I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22.

     

    Its been dead on accurate for me, but i think I'm getting "just" 20 FPE with that pellet you have there.  I'd have to recheck my chrony results.  

    I love shooting that gun.  I've stopped counting, but I'm sure I'm over 6,000 rounds into that gun.

     

    Shoot it in good health…and, oh ya, nice groups!

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    Nice shooting there!  What hold method do you use ?

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    shawnlyndy
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    Using front bag only. Place on balance point.

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    Glenroiland

    I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22.

     

    Its been dead on accurate for me, but i think I'm getting "just" 20 FPE with that pellet you have there.  I'd have to recheck my chrony results.  

    I love shooting that gun.  I've stopped counting, but I'm sure I'm over 6,000 rounds into that gun.

     

    Shoot it in good health…and, oh ya, nice groups!

    " I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22."

    You could always get another one !!   

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    shawnlyndy

    Using front bag only. Place on balance point.

    I don't shoot that well without a rear bag. And that's with both my ASP20 and my RWS 34.

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    shawnlyndy
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    I really hope SIG stays in the air rifle business. Hope they are doing well with this offering.

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    Glenroiland
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    shawnlyndy

    I really hope SIG stays in the air rifle business. Hope they are doing well with this offering.

    Me too.  I love this gun.

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    Glenroiland
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    shawnlyndy

    Using front bag only. Place on balance point.

    I don't shoot that well without a rear bag. And that's with both my ASP20 and my RWS 34.

    I don't THINK I'll ever own an air rifle in 2 calibers.

     

     I don't know if I got lucky, but my asp shoots exceptionally well when I do my job.  I shoot best with a bag at the balance point and snug but not tight into my shoulder.

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    Glenroiland
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    Glenroiland

    I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22.

     

    Its been dead on accurate for me, but i think I'm getting "just" 20 FPE with that pellet you have there.  I'd have to recheck my chrony results.  

    I love shooting that gun.  I've stopped counting, but I'm sure I'm over 6,000 rounds into that gun.

     

    Shoot it in good health…and, oh ya, nice groups!

    " I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22."

    You could always get another one !!   

    Lol.  See above. I DOUBT I'll ever own a rifle in 2 calibers.

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    uglymike
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    Can you buy replacement parts for it? 

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    c_m_shooter
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    Everyone who has one agrees that they work just fine.  There is no need for replacement parts.

     

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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer
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    shawnlyndy

    I really hope SIG stays in the air rifle business. Hope they are doing well with this offering.

    Me too!  I hope they design even more in the future.

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    Glenroiland

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    Glenroiland

    I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22.

     

    Its been dead on accurate for me, but i think I'm getting "just" 20 FPE with that pellet you have there.  I'd have to recheck my chrony results.  

    I love shooting that gun.  I've stopped counting, but I'm sure I'm over 6,000 rounds into that gun.

     

    Shoot it in good health…and, oh ya, nice groups!

    " I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22."

    You could always get another one !!   

    Lol.  See above. I DOUBT I'll ever own a rifle in 2 calibers.

    I wanted a different caliber if I purchased another airgun. That's why I got the RWS 34 in .177 cal.

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    Mossonarock
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    I don't have one of these but I have to admit I like how the pistol grip is almost perpendicular to the barrel axis compared to traditional sporter styles with their swept back pistol grips. That really suits my style of trigger pull.

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    Glenroiland
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    GoldenStateAIRGUNer

    Glenroiland

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    Glenroiland

    I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22.

     

    Its been dead on accurate for me, but i think I'm getting "just" 20 FPE with that pellet you have there.  I'd have to recheck my chrony results.  

    I love shooting that gun.  I've stopped counting, but I'm sure I'm over 6,000 rounds into that gun.

     

    Shoot it in good health…and, oh ya, nice groups!

    " I agree.  I love my asp20.  Just wondered if I should have purchased it in .22."

    You could always get another one !!   

    Lol.  See above. I DOUBT I'll ever own a rifle in 2 calibers.

    I wanted a different caliber if I purchased another airgun. That's why I got the RWS 34 in .177 cal.

    That was my thinking.  I had a Diana 48 sidelever, and hw9 both in .22.  Thats why i got the asp in .177.

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    Mossonarock

    I don't have one of these but I have to admit I like how the pistol grip is almost perpendicular to the barrel axis compared to traditional sporter styles with their swept back pistol grips. That really suits my style of trigger pull.

    I kind of like that aspect of the stock as well. The stock is nice overall but just a little bulky in the forearm.

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