Sig Sauer P320-M17 C02 pistol

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    wolfdog
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    Has anyone brought one of these? If you did can you give a review on it. The Reviews on Amazon don't put a good light on this Pistol and any help from here would be Welcomed.

    Thanks

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    Yarddog
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    Check out Dennis Adler's and Tom Gaylord's blogs at Pyramyd Air. ..both rate them highly.

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    d3vnull
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    Definitely read Tom's blog. Notice he is recommending expensive pellets ($35) to get even some accuracy. I purchased one and will tell you my experience.

    https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2018/11/sig-sauer-p320-m17-co2-pellet-pistol-part-1/

    https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2018/11/sig-sauer-p320-m17-co2-pellet-pistol-part-2/

    https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2018/12/sig-sauer-p320-m17-co2-pellet-pistol-part-3/

    It is a blow back model. Two magazines and expect to change the CO2 cartridge. If you try to shoot past that expect to be cleaning stuck pellets out.

    Just be aware the spare magazines Pyramyd Air sell for the P320 will not fit the new P320-M17.

    It is not a target pistol At 10 meters or less expect big groups. I use the Gamo Bone Collector trap. It won't hit it consistently at 10 meters even after figuring out holdover/under for the pellet you are using.

    https://www.amazon.com/Gamo-6212204554-Bone-Collector-Backyard/dp/B0079IX4AE

    Being fixed sights weight of pellet is critical or it shoots way low/high. Tom covers that.

    I will freely admit I only tried 5 different pellets through mine. I just like pinpoint accurate, and this setup wouldn't give it to me. As long as you understand those limitations and are willing to accept them then it is a fun pistol. I am just to OCD to accept them since I was hoping to use it as a good first time shooter conceal carry training pistol before moving the shooter to a PB.

    I disliked the accuracy enough it just now sits on the shelf because I'm not willing to sell it to someone and have them be unhappy with it. I'll just suffer the $150 hit and lesson learned.

    Again, this is just my opinion and is worth what it cost. Other's mileage may vary. However, reading Tom's review I think his experience is the same as mine, but written from a sponsored review perspective. Notice no shot groups are posted in any of the three blog posts.

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    wolfdog
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    Thanks for all the input and i will read the blogs, that is what I was looking for.

     

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