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SIG Sauer Airguns


Perfected for practice with every advantage built in, these airguns are the economic, authentic answer to training more often, more effectively. The ability to shoot an airgun in a basement or a backyard means a lot more trigger time. Some replicas, like the Tactical 1911 and the P226 X-Five also tear down like the firearm versions. The slide blowback on SIG's CO2 pistols is strong enough to make you need to reacquire the sight picture after each shot, and the accuracy ensures positive feedback regarding shot placement.


Each airgun goes through rigorous testing and the design has been "life-tested" with 15,000 shots to ensure that professionals who train with these airguns experience exceptional performance and true hands-on operation. If you are considering buying a SIG firearm, first acquiring a CO2 pistol will enable you to make your purchase with confidence because you will know how the gun handles, how it feels, and whether it suits you for concealed carry. Paying around $100 for a functional replica is a small price to pay for the knowledge that you are buying the right firearm for you, and after you buy the firearm you will have a trainer that will be invaluable in developing shooting skills that will transfer to the firearm.


And, of course, these guns are just plain fun! You may never be able to afford a SIG MPX firearm, but at less than a tenth of the cost you can pick up the CO2 version and have a blast shooting it your backyard or basement!

What You Should Know

All of Sig's duty/combat pistols such as the P226 and P320, and their CO2 replicas, are set up to shoot with a combat sight picture. That is, the front sight completely covers the bullseye of the target, instead of a six o'clock (pumpkin on a post) sight picture. CO2 is temperature sensitive and all CO2 airguns should be shot when the ambient temperature is at least 60° Fahrenheit (at least 70° is ideal) or the CO2 may freeze up and performance drop off.