Watch: SIG Sauer P320 & Spartan 1911 Airguns

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posted on January 26, 2017
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SIG Sauer's line of airguns is designed to offer shooters an easy training tool that allows them to build skills applicable to their centerfire firearm. To this end, SIG developed new airguns with features that mimic those found on the company's centerfire models. The new SIG P320 ASP air pistol features an easy-load CO2 canister in the grip of the firearm, as well as a belt-fed 30-round magazine. The weight of the new P320 ASP is the same as the centerfire model, and all of the controls are identical. The air pistol even features a reciprocating slide for added realism. Similar features can also be found on the company's new 1911 Spartan air pistol, which allows owners of the centerfire 1911 Spartan to practice their skills. Watch our video above to learn more.

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