Sig Sauer M17 P320 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol



Total: $139.99

Type: Pellet Gun.
Manufacturer: Sig Sauer ASP
Model: Sig Sauer ASP M17.
Materials: Metal and plastic build.
Weight: 2.21 pounds (1002 Grams).
Barrel: 4.6 inches - Rifled steel.
Propulsion: 12 gram CO2.
Action: Blowback double action only.
Ammunition Type: .177 caliber pellets.
Ammunition Capacity: 20 round belt fed magazine.
Max FPS: 430.

Trigger Pull: The trigger pull on the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is actually very good considering the trigger not only cocks the hammer with each shot but it also has to index the 20 round belt fed magazine. All of this is done only using around 6 pounds of trigger pull. You will find the trigger pull to be a bit long because of this but overall it feels pretty good and will allow for fairly fast rapid fire action shooting.

Accuracy: So far I have not done my official Field Test Shooting Video for the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol but plan on making it shortly. I did hover get a chance to load some CO2 and Sig Sauer Led Pellets into my Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol and so far fired two fully loaded magazines which is 40 rounds. So far so good, no misfires or jams and power can accuracy seemed nice and consistent. The blowback action is scrips and snappy!

Build Quality: As with all the Sig Sauer ASP Airguns, the qualify is very good. Sig does not actually make these guns but has full control over the design and manufacturing of them. The actual airguns are made in Japan for Sig Sauer but this OK since Sig is not really an Airgun manufacturer and so levying that part to a company that is is not a bad idea. The fit and finish on the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is top notch. There is lots of metal in the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol similar to where you would find it in the real steel version.

Realism: The Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is a very close replica of the real steel Sig Sauer M17. Even the slight difference in color between the slide and frame has been recreated on the Airgun version as compared to the real steel Military version. Sig has made this new ASP Airgun even more realistic by giving it an open ejection port, a recessed barrel, a full size drop out magazine that holds the CO2 and belt magazine, and Sig even made the M17 ASP field strippable!

Pros:

  • Very good overall replica of the real steel Sig Sauer M17.
  • Designed by Sig and made in Japan, fully Sig Sauer licensed.
  • Has nice heavy blowback operation.
  • Has accurate weight to it at just over 2 pounds, will be similar to a loaded real steel M17.
  • White dot sights and accessory rail.
  • High capacity 20 round belt feed magazine that fits into the full size drop out magazine.
  • Easy loading CO2 with Sigs lever system, CO2 also combined with the full size drop out magazine.
  • Decent feel to the trigger not heavy or as sticky even though the trigger action rotates the 20 round belt fed magazine.
  • First Sig Sauer ASP pistol that is Field Strippable.
  • Open ejection port and reassessed barrel that help with believability.

Cons:

  • Slide does not lock back after last shot.
  • Sights are non adjustable.
  • Only magazine option is the longer high capacity magazine that does extend the pistol grip.

Comments: I really like what Sig Sauer is doing for airgun community. What I mean by this is that rather than simply slapping their License on an already existing airgun like many other companies tend to do, Sig instead has decided to create something new and fresh. Sig Sauer has in brought new advancements and deigns to their APS Airgun line that nobody els so far has been able to do and with each new ASP Airgun Sig Sauer has improved upon their designs always staving to be better than the previous version. That’s exactly what the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is to me, Sigs best ASP Air Pistol to date!

 

SpecificationValue
Caliber:4.5 mm (.177 cal)
FPS:400 to 450
Power Source:Co2
Material:Metal & Polymer
Magazine Capacity:20

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Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol Field Test Review

Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol Field Test Review

(571 raters) 48322 views - 1/11/2019 4:22:08 AM
Make sure to visit my written post for this video with additional photos over on ReplicaAirguns.com:
https://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/2019/1/10/sig-sauer-m17-asp-co2-blowback-pellet-pistol-field-test-review

If you haven’t already, make sure to watch my Table Top Review for the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol where I talk about the features and specifications of the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol and show it up nice and close.

What we also like to know about most of the airguns I get my hands on is how do they perform in the real world? Do they get close to the claimed fps? Will the shoot a nice tight grouping on target? How does the blowback operation and the trigger feel?

Well that’s what this Field Test Shooting video for the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is all about so let’s get started.

First I like to perform my Chronograph “Power” test where I shoot 5 pellets through my chronograph using a brand new CO2 of course. Since Sig Sauer sent me a tin of their Sig Sauer Match Pb Precision Wadcutter Lead Pellets, I figured I would use them with my Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol. These pellets are 8.18 grain so not the lower weight Alloy pellets most companies use to get their higher fps rating that you usually see on the box. In other words I was not expecting to get the claimed 430 fps since that would be using a much lighter Alloy pellets that would weigh at least 3 grain lighter than the pellets I was using during this FPS test. All of that to tell you I got an average of 280 fps using the 8.18 grain lead pellets. And if you where wondering the temperature in my Sea Can Indoor Airgun Range was about 17-18 degrees Celsius (about 62 degrees Fahrenheit).

Read my entire written Review with additional photos over at ReplicaAirguns.com:
https://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/2019/1/10/sig-sauer-m17-asp-co2-blowback-pellet-pistol-field-test-review


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Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol Table Top Review

Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol Table Top Review

(1647 raters) 169036 views - 12/30/2018 12:36:43 AM
Make sure to visit my written post for this video with additional photos over on ReplicaAirguns.com:
https://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/2018/12/29/sig-sauer-m17-asp-co2-blowback-pellet-pistol-table-top-review

Type: Air Pistol.
Manufacturer: Sig Sauer ASP
Model: Sig Sauer ASP M17.
Materials: Metal and plastic build.
Weight: 2.21 pounds (1002 Grams).
Barrel: 4.6 inches - Rifled steel.
Propulsion: 12 gram CO2.
Action: Blowback double action only.
Ammunition Type: .177 caliber pellets.
Ammunition Capacity: 20 round belt fed magazine.
Max FPS: 430.

I really like what Sig Sauer is doing for airgun community. What I mean by this is that rather than simply slapping their License on an already existing airgun like many other companies tend to do, Sig instead has decided to create something new and fresh. Sig Sauer has in brought new advancements and deigns to their APS Airgun line that nobody els so far has been able to do and with each new ASP Airgun Sig Sauer has improved upon their designs always staving to be better than the previous version. That’s exactly what the Sig Sauer M17 ASP CO2 Blowback Pellet Pistol is to me, Sigs best ASP Air Pistol to date!

Read my entire written Review with additional photos over at ReplicaAirguns.com:
https://www.replicaairguns.com/posts/2018/12/29/sig-sauer-m17-asp-co2-blowback-pellet-pistol-table-top-review

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