Sig Sauer itself had a great deal of history. A Swiss industrial company that makes everything from rail cars to handguns, Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG) was founded in 1853 in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland, and was the brains behind the SIG P210 handgun. In 1976, SIG’s firearms division partnered with Sauer & Sohn. Sauer & Sohn was at the time Germany’s oldest firearms manufacturer, founded in 1751, and traditionally had an emphasis on sporting arms.
WORKS LIKE A SIG, BECAUSE IT IS ONE
This new Sig Sauer CO2 is a quality air pistol, firing .177 pellets and produced by Sig Sauer themselves, making this as accurate as possible to the real thing.
The construction is full metal making the weight and balance very realistic, whilst being extremely robust and reliable. There is a 22mm Weaver rail under the front of the barrel for the attachment of lasers, or torches to make target shooting a breeze.
The action is semi auto blowback, which is very precise and realistic, and the barrel is threaded to allow for the fitting of a silencer or muzzle break.
The magazine is a double ended 8 shot magazine, for fast and easy reloading. This pistol fires pellets as well making the accuracy very good, especially for target shooting, or a bit of plinking.