Sig Sauer MCX ASP .177 Caliber CO2 Pellet Rifle Field Test Review
(196 raters) 8,392 views - 5/8/2020
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The Sig Sauer MCX ASP .177 Caliber CO2 Pellet Rifle is my third go around with the Sig Sauer ASP Series of MCX and MPX Air Rifles. Back in 2016 I tested out the Sig Sauer MPX ASP .177 Caliber Pellet Rifle and it performed pretty well for me. Recently I reviewed the Sig Sauer MCX Virtus PCP .22 Caliber Pellet Rifle and again got good results once I figured out the right pellet for it. So here we are again with a very similar Sig Sauer Air Rifle....
The Sig Sauer MCX ASP .177 Caliber CO2 Pellet Rifle performed well for me in general, I did find that occasionally the belt did not index resulting in a misfire (no pellet fired) but the next pull of the trigger would index the belt resulting in a pellet firing, there where no jams and all rounds from the belt where fired. I am not sure why this happened as this did not happen to me with my other Sig Sauer Air Rifles. Perhaps I short triggered it a bit not getting a full belt index. I know many of you have been waiting for a Canadian version of the Sig Sauer MCX ASP .177 Caliber CO2 Pellet Rifle, now that we have them in the All Black Iron Sight Version and FDE Red Dot Version, make sure to get one as once we run out I am pretty sure we will no longer be able to get these Canada Import Legal Sig Sauer MCX ASP .177 Caliber CO2 Pellet Rifles.