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Good news Sig Saur Asp Precision Super Target Air Pistol

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Blue BSA, Nov 7, 2019.

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    Too expensive. But nice.
     
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    Interesting , very expensive but it’s got Sig written on it so no surprise really , I wonder if it’s designed from the ground up by sig or another made in China liscensed effort like the co2 range .
     
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    Yes. It is curious. HW44 sell and then seem to get sold on once the novelty has worn off. HW45 really is as expensive as plinker can go. It isn't a true target pistol and the Gamo say would be a better bet for a starter pistol. And no appeal to you replica fanboys either......
     
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    Time will tell - The acid test will be, as always, the trigger.

    Interesting post though...:up:
     
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    Bless :)
     
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    I was interested in this a while back until I saw the price

    Made by fas If I recall but like the hw75 expensive
     
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    I forgot about the HW75 when I made the original post. :facepalm:
     
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    I believe it is made by Chiappa in Italy and is closely based on their FAS6004, an updated version of the original FAS604 target pistol from the early 1980s.

    Given that (a) the Chiappa FAS6004 has reported durability issues (esp in respect of the rear sight) and (b) the original FAS FAS604 doesn’t and can be picked up used in excellent condition for £250-300 (ditto things like FWB65, 80), and (c) the excellent HW40 is around £140 and the HW75 £350, the “SIG” at £420 looks an expensive proposition for a starter target pistol.

    Pity. It does look really nice.
     
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    Agreed mate!

    £200 and I’d have one, £400+ no chance
     
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    That is a thing of beauty, though I’d prefer even more the original Swiss SIG to those new US-made ones.
     
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    I do wonder about these as there is also the FAS and a Webly all at the £300 to £400 mark yet its just the same other than cosmetics as a Gamo Compact which can be had for under £200 and just as accurate.
     
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    Tis pretty. Very, very pretty.
     
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    Looks nicer than the HW's (which is not hard) - but too pricey imo.
     
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    A little ungainly for a "target pistol"?
     

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