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SIG Sauer P320 Pellet Pistol, Coyote Tan

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SIG Sauer P320 Pellet Pistol, Coyote Tan

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  • Code: AGD-43088323 · 0.177 cal · 450 fps ·
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Just released at this years SHOT Show, Sig Sauer introduces their newest replica CO2 pistol, which are based their firearm lineups. The slide is made from metal and is mounted on a polymer frame, with a 30 round capacity magazine. Being the first pistol of its kind, it features a belt-fed 30 round magazine, with a Double Action trigger, and it is capable of firing both .177 pellets and BB's, as fast as you can pull the trigger! Featuring a functional slide that blows back with every shot, and fueled by a 12 gram CO2 cartridge, you'll be looking at around 450 fps with your standard BB. Based on their P320 Nitron Full-Size pistol, SIG utilized some of the same specs and build sheets for this air gun replica, resulting in their most accurate replica to date. Featuring a Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail, under the barrel, the customization options are almost endless!!!


SIG Sauer P320 Pellet Pistol
  • Uses a 12-gram CO2 cartridge
  • Semi-auto
  • 30rd rotary mag
  • Manual safety
  • Fixed white dot sights
  • Blowback
  • Metal slide
  • Polymer frame
  • Weaver/Picatinny accessory rail
  • Same styling and trigger pull as P320 firearm
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Specs
  • ManufacturerSIG Sauer
  • Caliber0.177 cal
  • Velocity450 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • ActionSemiautomatic
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • BlowbackYes
  • Fire ModeRepeater
  • Gun Weight1.81
  • Overall Length8
  • Loudness2-Low-Medium
  • MechanismCO2
  • RailNo
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsFixed
  • Shots per Fill30
  • UsePlinking & target practice
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
SIG Sauer P320 Pellet Pistol, Coyote Tan Reviews
4.5 Stars based on 8 Review(s)
Big AL
Raleigh North Carolina
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Cool Sig Sauer
April 6, 2018
This P320 pistol shoots pellets and BBs it looks feels and shoots just like a pistol has the feel of a 22 a slide moves and all it is so realistic it is unbelievable I totally recommend this gun especially when you can shoot 30 rounds of a mixture of BBS and pellets
Pros:
Saves on bullets saves on having go to the gun range all the time fun to shoot
Cons:
The one major con is that is so real looking when you see it and shoot it that you should be careful when you are out and about and if you carry it
Best Uses:
Best use it is good for target practice with the real feel it is like shooting a real gun without wasting expensive bullets

jim kosior
Pennsylvania
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Fast, and accurate.
April 5, 2018
This is a good one. The price is very good; even for extra magazines.. Wow. I just noticed that the price is even better now, than when I bought mine. This is a really great pellet semi-auto.. Airgun Depot is the best.. No complaints at all. If you are new to them, take a look at everything that they offer.. They are impressive. The care that they take with packing up everything was to the highest standard as well.. The customer service is above and beyond.. They're great..

Butch Schultz
Covington, KY
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Precision air pistol
April 2, 2018
I purchased the P320 air pistol from Airgun Depot in December 2017 and after nearly four months of use, I am very pleased with the quality and the precision of this pistol. It is very, very accurate. Yea, I've read the negative reviews here at Airgun Depot and at other web sites regarding this pistol, but I believe that I can pinpoint the problem that people are having with jamming. The problem is that this air pistol is too well made and too precision for many brands of pellets and BB's to function well. I, too, had trouble with various brands of pellets such as Gamo, Crosman, etc., but the pistol shot first time, every time whenever I used a high-quality pellet such as Sig Sauer's own brand of pellets. Yea, Sig Sauer pellets are expensive, but they are high-precision pellets and like anything else, you get what you pay for. If you put a Sig Sauer pellet alongside a cheaper pellet, you can actually see the difference. Also, if you measure the diameter of a large sample of Sig Sauer pellets, you will find that they are all within .001" of each other. That's impressive. The cheap pellets, on the other hand, are all over the place. Now, I'm not knocking Gamo, Crosman and the other guys, and I'm sure that they do make some quality pellets in their product line - I just haven't found them yet. As far as BB's are concerned, stay away from Crosman "Copperhead" BB's. They are made a few thousands undersized (it doesn't take much) and they fall out of the P320 cartridge, jam the pistol, etc. Daisy "Precision Max" BB's (silver color), on the other hand, never jam the P320. I have no trouble at all with this Daisy BB. In summary, don't bad-mouth the air pistol or the air rifle if you're having problems with jamming, be more selective with the pellets and BB's that you purchase. Start with the brand of pellets and BB's that are recommended by the manufacturer, and go from there. Good luck!
Pros:
Very accurate, well balanced. I have compared the Sig Sauer P320 air pistol with the Sig Sauer P320 9mm pistol - the real thing. The P320 air pistol is the same weight and feels just like the real thing in your hands. With your eyes closed, you wouldn't know the difference. Very impressive.
Cons:
Does not fire cheap pellets and cheap BB's. Overall, I would not call this a negative because when you use high-quality pellets and BB's, you get superior results.
Best Uses:
Target shooting.

Marissa
Malvern, PA
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Solid pistol, but could be better
July 13, 2017
I really like this pistol a lot. I purchased it because I was intrigued by the 30-round belt magazine as well as its capability of firing both .177 pellets and BBs. The gun feels solid, the grip is comfortable and the weight is nice without being heavy. I like the fact that I can load more pellets into this pistol than any other airgun I own except for my Sig MCX and MPX, or my Air Ordnance SMG 22. The sights are well-placed and offer a clear sight picture (even in darker conditions after I put a little bit of acrylic glow-in-the-dark paint on the three white dots) and I love the picatinny rail, I use an Osprey flashlight/green laser combo. The pistol is quite accurate out to 30 yards with JSB Diabolo (.75" group). I haven't tested it further yet. It also seems to like Sig Sauer PBA pellets a lot. It is also rather efficient with CO2, getting somewhere from 60-80 shots from a 12 gram charge. However, there is definite room for improvement. The belt-fed magazine is a novelty, but it has a tendency to jam somewhat frequently, and almost without fail when firing multiple shots in rapid succession. So far I've been able to un-jam it without causing any damage, but it feels like the magazine may break sometimes when trying to remove a jammed pellet. I recommend sticking with a pellet that is only about 75% of the length of the belt's holes or shorter to reduce jams. Additionally you must be aware of the two-stage trigger pull which is rather long and heavy compared to a powder burning pistol. The first stage advances the belt and the second stage fires the pellet. It seems like most of my jams happen if I don't provide a moment between firing and attempting to advance the belt. Also, it would be lovely if the pistol had a locking slide, and it would help to have an opening in the slide above the action (where a powder burning pistol elects spent cartridges) to make it easier to remove jammed pellets. Also, a bit of advice on loading the magazine; the belt can sort of come halfway out of the clip on the bottom side. This can cause the links to become spaced and make it difficult for the belt to advance. Simply press down on the belt when it is placed in the track and press down on the link in the top space of the magazine which sits in the action and it will make it easier to advance it, as it doesn't quite fit through the top part where the gun's mechanism advances it when the links aren't flush with each other and the track.
Pros:
Very nice feel, accurate, reasonably powerful as well as efficient for a 12g CO2, large magazine capacity, dual ammunition capability, reasonably priced, more or less reliable as long as shots are not fired too quickly
Cons:
Jams happen more often than I'd like, particularly when firing quickly, no locking slide

Wild Bill
Pennsylvania
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great Replica
June 3, 2017
Got this tan version to go with my Colt M45 CQBP for my collection. One of the nicest replica pistols I have seen. Like they say it is a Sig. All metal slide with a tough polymer lower and a rail below the barrel. Very accurate with pellets so far. Has a unique chain type magazine in a holder, easy to load.
Pros:
Has those nice white dot sights which I love. Being a Sig, also has that cantilever CO2 loading system which works great. The mag drops free w/o the CO2 which I also like. Blowback works great, with strong recoil and feels very powerful. I added a red dot laser to the rail which looks great. Just need to get a tan mollie holster to complete the outfit.
Cons:
Not a con, but be careful loading the mag, it will easily go in backwards. Not good.

Gene
California coast
3 Stars

Very Disappointed!
May 31, 2017
This is NOT a replica weapon. It is an overpriced copy. There is almost nothing about it other than overall similarity in exterior design and weight that relate to the actual P320. On the positive side, it appears to be well built, has a solid heft, is fun to shoot with decent accuracy at thirty feet. The thirty round belt is nice if you aren't concerned with authenticity. However, I predict a high failure rate. With the loading gate open the belt is difficult to advance for loading, has a tendency to fall out of the case if tilted. On the positive side, the case appears well built, and with careful handling will function satisfactorily for the life of the weapon; emphasis on careful handling; rugged it is NOT! AsI am sure everyone who is interested knows by now the Sig Sauer P320 has been chosen by the U. S. military as the standard issue weapon replacing the Beretta M92 which has held that distinction since 1985 when the M92 replaced the iconic Colt (and other manufacturers) 1911/1911-A1 45ACP. In achieving that plateau Sig Sauer bested Colt, Beretta, and a bevy of other known and lesser known manufacturers. When that decision was announced, I immediately began looking for a P320 replica to place alongside my John Wayne 1911 and Desert Storm M92. Imagine my disappointment when I finally received my P320. The copy I received will never have the honor of being displayed alongside those two icons of military history. It is my hope that Sig Sauer will now commission a true replica that can take its place alongside the 1911 and M92 in my display case. The Sig Sauer X -five P226 would be a good platform to consider. It has the features that are desirable; drop out magazine similar to original,, lock back slide, ability to be field stripped, etc.
Pros:
Fun to shoot. Reasonably accurate at ten yards. 30 round belt means less reloads. Appears to be well built,, slide is a bit loose. For those who do not care about authenticity a good choice. I awarded three stars because I consider it a good fit, cost not withstanding, for the person primarily interested in target practice and killing beer cans for fun and shooting proficiency more than true replica authenticity. As an Octogenarian my collection is a look back at history; authenticity is paramount; shooting is secondary.
Cons:
Where do I start - my list is long. Slide does not lock open on last round fired. I am told by the experts that is the fault of the belt magazine. Fine, loose the belt; go back to the more authentic 21 round/co2 magazine. Restore the open ejection chamber; that should be easy enough. A locked back slide with an open ejection chamber restores authenticity and facilitates inspection, cleaning and clearing a jam. Add the ability to field strip for cleaning and inspection; the X-FIVE P226 has that capability as does the 1911,M92,P-08, and others. Overpriced, should be in the $65-70 price range. Pricing this copy at the same price as the X-FIVE replica is a ripoff.

Vinny
Englewood, Colorado
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Sig Sauer hit the bulls eye with this 30 round belt fed pistol. Super accurate too!!!
May 29, 2017
This gun has a very nice trigger pull. Really a lot of fun shooting this well made Sig Sauer pistol.
Pros:
30 round belt fed magazine.
Cons:
Wish the open sights were fiber optic red or green not just white.

Steven
Harrison twp, MI
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

p320
May 11, 2017
love the feel but after 6 shots jammed had to get ram to unjam .had to work so will try again tomorrow and see if jams.
Pros:
love it
Cons:
the jam



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