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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 10:59 am 
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The P320 look's interesting, not sure yet for the buying process. Got to be selective, the wife is watching...

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:16 pm 
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Sure do like that 226, but I still can't get past the low muzzle velocity. It's not that I'm looking for a kill tool, but guns like this start lobbing BBs after the first dozen rounds or so.


do you own one? or did you had one in the past? Maybe a bad one?

because mine, i dont feel any velocity loss until the last 10 rnds of the co2 powerlet (speak for the 250 too), in fact, i dont have a chrony to measure the fps, but i can feel the power when pellets hits things and the gun stay dead accurate and consistent until the verry end, verry impressive. Its not the nicest looking gun of my collection because of the ugly mag and rough finish, but after shooting it for over 6 times this week, i can tell you that its the most fun pistol to shoot of my entire collection, consistent accuracy and strong recoil, love it!

here my advice to the future owners of those pistols:
the big downside of those kind of guns from my personnal experience, including the 250 and beretta px4, is the mag design, the double ended rotary mag is useless and good way to jammed the pistol. Tried it couple times of loading both ends, and end up loading only one side and leaving the other empty. I had the same issue on the 250, (even worse because the gun kick more), and on the px4. All those 3 pistols got strong blowback that make the whole gun shake, kick and vibrate, resulting the opposite loaded pellets to get loose in their holes, and if you reseat them, they stay loose, so pellets can get out and jammed during the trigger pull if you turn your mag and use this pre loaded other side. Reloading the 8 shots each time will allow your co2 to warm up between mag and get consistent power, recoil and accuracy... and avoid jamming. I try two rws kind of pellets and crosman, and the ones that i have here that fit the best and got the best results are the R-10 Match from RWS.

Hope the p320 new 30rnds belt mag design will hold better the pellets than the current rotary mag, because the 30th pellet will be verry loose after 29th blowback kick. I imagine Sig already test it and make it working 100% jam free...

Maybe there is better pellets out there that stay better and fit tighter with not getting loose in the mag??, any suggestions welcome!!


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2017 8:33 pm 
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silentman wrote:
The P320 look's interesting, not sure yet for the buying process. Got to be selective, the wife is watching...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 11:12 am 
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250 and 226 are no more available at the moment at PA for shipping to Canada due to customs issues.


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PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 11:36 am 
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now available for buying in Canada
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i can see... can you make them bigger.... :roll: lol...
second pic looks fine... :wink:

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dont know what happened, did the upload on my tablet, will try to resized them on my pc...


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