By Jim Clary
by Dr. Jim and Mary Clary
NM Rancher, JIm Clary reviews the SIG Sauer P320 ASP Air Pistol. SIG’s newest firearms training tool.
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Over the past 10 years, more and more companies are manufacturing air pistols designed to look like some sort of real gun. And, they have been very successful, as long as you don’t look too closely or ask them: “Which real gun do they mimic”? They usually reply that their air pistols are just stylized versions of real firearms. In other words, they are not intended to mimic or copy any particular real pistol.
The SIG Sauer ASP air pistols (and air rifles) are not designed as toys (although they are a lot of fun to shoot). SIG spent considerable time and resources (in house – not licensed) in the development of a P320 Advanced Sport Pellet (ASP) “clone” that would mimic the handling and function of the SIG P320 firearm. Their purpose was to produce an inexpensive replica that could be used by military and police units for training, avoiding the expense of high-value training weapons as well as costly ammunition.
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