Sig ASP20 owners

Discussion in 'Air Guns' started by rjk2475, Jul 19, 2020.

  1. rjk2475

    rjk2475 Member

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    The search doesn't bring up anything on this AG; anybody shooting one and have updates on it?
     
  2. mac1029

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    Shoots great. cocking is light for a 20 FPE rifle, rifle has some weight in the wood stock, but its is more accurate than me. Its my second best rifle i own, with the Diana 350 magnum being my favorite do too the slender stock and lighter weight. But i can shoot dime size groups with either of them at 40 yards.
     
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  3. joneb

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    On this site I have not always had good results with the search feature.
    The Sig asp 20 does bring up a lot of reviews and info with a web search, I am interested in this air rifle in .22 cal but it is hard to sort though what is hype and what is real.
    Good luck and please share any news on this AG you find.
    https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2019/11/25/tested-sig-sauer-asp20-air-rifle/
     
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  4. rjk2475

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    how are you picking .22 over .177; I'm thinking about flatter trajectory.
     
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  5. Septicdeath

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    You should look at one of these. Have Mike do the basic tune you will get a super accurate gun with a buttery smooth shooting cycle. $125 best deal you can get on one awesome rifle
    I own four
    XS28M
    XS25
    XS25SFB
    XS46U
    All are exceptional guns for great price.
    You will not get a bad gun from Mike even the ones out of the box non tuned are tested.
    http://flyingdragonairrifles.org/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=67&tag=XS-25+SFB
     
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  6. rjk2475

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    would still like more owner info on ASP20
     
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  7. rjk2475

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    Does the 350 have a much higher cocking effort?
     
  8. mac1029

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    The 350 is not as light nor as smooth, but if i was to guess theres only about 5-7lbs difference
     
  9. rjk2475

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    Do you have a guess on the longevity of these gas rams?
     
  10. mac1029

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    Have no clue to be honest. I do know that if anything goes wrong with them you need to send it back to Sig to be fixed, i believe theres a 5 year warranty. A
    Plus for me is i live 40 miles from them in NH.
     
  11. rjk2475

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    Wow! that's a big plus. Can you ask for a tour and pump for gun info?
     
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