At those prices I will pass, I have not spent over $350 for an air rifle yet and that was spent purchasing a vintage low number FWB 124 Sport Deluxe for myself. My son spent that much with my blessing on the .177 caliber ASP20 with synthetic stock and no scope, after putting a few hundred rounds through it he felt it was not and did not live up to all the hype, he felt the finish was subpar, was louder than advertised even using 8gr lead pellets and felt heavier than advertised. Due to these factors he sold it in November 2020 and made almost all the money back of this $349.99 purchase with the exception of $25.00. Now he is looking for a different break barrel or a vintage one he likes.Myself I would not hesitate to spend up to $350 again on another hard to find vintage air rifles that I am looking for, but will not do it for a new one no matter the maker or caliber.At this point I am content to sit and wait for the day Sig resumes production if ever, if they do then I hope it will bring prices back into line and reality.Hats off to the Seller of these two air rifles and good luck.
Here you go guys.There are two 22cal Sig's for sale in the GTA Classifieds.https://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?topic=184974.0;topicseenBest Wishes - Tom
Just got off Sigs website and reviewed the questions & answers page regarding the ASP20. On 3/8/21 Sig customer service rep said " we have discontinued the ASP20 line of air rifles "
I'm very upset at myself for not buying one when I had the chance.