Sig Sauer M17 P320 ASP Features:
- Replica of the U.S. Army M17 Pistol
- 20rd .177 Caliber Pellet Magazine
- Full Blowback Metal Slide
- RMP Belt/C02 Housing Drop Magazine
- Polymer Frame with Metal Slide
- Fixed White-Dot Sights
- Coyote-Tan Color
- Weaver/Picatinny Accessory Rail
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- ManufacturerSIG Sauer
- Caliber0.177 cal
- Velocity430 fps
- Ammo TypePellets
- Barrel StyleRifled
- Fire ModeRepeater
- Gun Weight2.15
- Overall Length8
- Barrel Length4.5
- Magazine Capacity20
- Front SightsBlade
- Rear SightsFixed
- Warranty1-year limited warranty
Love the magazine, love the CO2 lever to easily install and remove the CO2. Blowback is nice and gratifying. Trigger is heavy, but not as bad as I thought (The laser really helps to tune your trigger pull). I'm getting about 60 shots before the blowback starts to get weak, have not had a chance to chrony test yet.
I got it on sale and must say it's been VERY fun. I have a Crosman Silouhette an it's a tack driver and I enjoy shooting it, but this gun while much less accurate, is more fun! 5 stars for fun, not expecting PCP accuracy.
Other than about an inch in barrel length they were identical. Now I can fill my basement with steam for a much lower cost per btu. Keeping in mind that it is not a tack driver I would recommend it to anyone and everyone.
With a bit of practice I am able to get nice groupings slightly right of where my eye says I am pointing at 10 yards for the first 16 or so pellets (Crossman .177 7.4 Destroyer), better than I expected with a pellet that shape. Remaining shots drop down and drift left a bit. With that in mind, I can get good 10 yard groupings where I want them every time just by adjusting where I aim and when in the cycle.
The look and feel is excellent, save for a bit of play in the slide (very minor). Loading pellets is always a hassle (especially with longer nails), so I do recommend getting extra pellet magazines. I tried to find extra full magazines so I can work on muscle memory, but thus far only the pellet portion is available. Not needing tools or to deal with screwing something down for the CO2 is a serious benefit to the magazine design.
For critter control this will do just fine by me.
any grouping from 15 to 20 yards. You have to load 1 pellet
in the whole on the belt to load it. Unless you have a .177 cal pellet pen it's not worth in. All the pellets don't even shoot out of the magazine. Do not get if you are looking for
something with some power and is decently accurate. The only reason i'm giving this 2 stars not 1 is because of some of the little perks on the magazine. I don't know if I just got unlucky but I would not recommend this to anyone with any experience.
The gun shoots very well although it does have a couple of sore spots. The lack of an adjustable sight is vexing and I can't understand why they chose not to include one although I have read that the option for replacing the fixed rear sight with an adjustable sight upgrade has been built in and will be offered in future. The trigger pull is another issue. The trigger has two ver distinct stages that perform different functions. When unloaded the trigger pulls at about 2 lbs. which for a pistol is quite good. Unfortunately, the moment you load the magazine and charge the gun with CO? that 2lbs. become 8+. The first stage which actually rotates the magazine belt is pretty gritty but nothing terrible. The issue is with the 2nd stage. Once the magazine has rotated and you come up against the sear and the pressure needed to fire the gun is far greater than when it's uncharged state. Naturally this presents a real problem with regards to accuracy. Having to exert this much pressure inevitably moves one off target resulting in some rather erratic POIs. At 10 meters (33 feet) it was everything I could do to keep the POIS within the 3" target circle.
At this price point, I liked this gun so much that I sent it off to my favorite gunsmith to see what he could do to improve the second stage pull weight. That will cost me at least as much as the retail price of the gun itself, but I feel that if he can improve it by 50% I will still be getting good value. I liked it so much in fact that the day I sent it off, I purchased it's predecessor the X-Five ASP and have been very please with that purchase as well.
I have not had any problems with the trigger or magazine.
This gun isn't to accurate I agree.
sloppy slide to rail fitment (rattles when shook). Trigger feels like it's being pulled through sand. Not what I expect from a $100.00 plus outlay. Sig need to revisit the design