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Offline erock

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Sig ASP20
« on: April 19, 2022, 01:01:48 PM »
I just stumbled across a few places where some of these are still available for those that held out too long.  One is at SigSauerClassics website.  The other (cheaper) option is at Dowdle Sports & Outdoors in Tennessee.  When they're gone, they're gone !!  I have TWO of these, and can't say enough about them !!  Absolutely incredible rifles !!
  • Jefferson, Ohio
Benjamin Cayden   .22cal/PCP      Walnut
Weihrauch HW100  .22 cal/PCP    Walnut
Air Arms Pro Sport  .22 cal / tuned    Walnut
Air Arms TX200      .22 cal / tuned     Walnut
Beeman R10 San Rafael  .20 cal / tuned
Weihrauch HW95    .22 cal / tuned
(Two) Sig Sauer ASP 20  .22 cal,     Synthetic, and Woo

Offline A.K.A. Tommy Boy

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2022, 03:28:13 PM »
Hi Eric

Thank's for the head's up on this rifle and running all of this down.

I see that they have them in stock in both synthetic and wood.

Your two rifles are both in synthetic & wood.

Which do you like the best, pro's and con's ?



Best Wishes - Tom

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25 cal. Hatsan 125TH Magnum Spring Piston (Thumb Hole Stock)       
22 cal. Walther Talon Magnum Spring Piston  (A Hatsan 125 Magnum)
22 cal. Crosman Summit Ranger - NP2 (Gas Ram)
22 cal. Crosman Redtail NP (Gas Ram)   
22 cal. Umarex Surge Max Elite - TNT ReAxis  (Gas Ram) 
22 cal. Hatsan Edge - Vortex (Gas Ram)              
117 cal. Hatsan Striker - Vortex (Gas Ram)          
117 cal. Umarex NXG APX (Multi Pump)


Note : The 22 cal Walther Talon Magnum Rifle - The 22 cal barrel on the Hatsan Edge - The Edge rifle stock on the Hatsan Striker - were gifts from SteveP-52

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2022, 04:05:33 PM »
Well.....being as they have the same power plant, they shoot equally well.  I like the "wood" feeling a little better, yet at the same time, for an everyday go-to rifle, I more often reach for the synthetic stock one because I don't have to be as careful about marring the finish or getting it wet.  I don't know.  Hard call. I would be more inclined to haul the synthetic one out in the woods with me, or keep it behind my truck seat. Can't really think of any "cons"..... other than future parts availability, but these are so well designed that I think that mine will outlive my retired body !!  They are INCREDIBLY well engineered and shoot with PCP-like accuracy !!
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Benjamin Cayden   .22cal/PCP      Walnut
Weihrauch HW100  .22 cal/PCP    Walnut
Air Arms Pro Sport  .22 cal / tuned    Walnut
Air Arms TX200      .22 cal / tuned     Walnut
Beeman R10 San Rafael  .20 cal / tuned
Weihrauch HW95    .22 cal / tuned
(Two) Sig Sauer ASP 20  .22 cal,     Synthetic, and Woo

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2022, 05:32:30 PM »
Hi Eric

Thank's for your honest opinion.  I saw there was a price diffrence so I thought I would ask.

I'm primarily a small game hunter and not so much a target shooter.

I usually hunt in harsh backountry areas, during Fall & Winter months.

My guns may see rain & sleet or ice & snow.

Subzero temperatures are common and so are rocks & sand.

All the rifles that I currently own have synthetic stocks.

I used to have some nice rifles that had wood stocks.

I did not want to see them get damaged so I sold them.

One was a Real Nice Vintage Sheridan Silver Streak.


Best Wishes - Tom






  • The North Woods
25 cal. Hatsan 125TH Magnum Spring Piston (Thumb Hole Stock)       
22 cal. Walther Talon Magnum Spring Piston  (A Hatsan 125 Magnum)
22 cal. Crosman Summit Ranger - NP2 (Gas Ram)
22 cal. Crosman Redtail NP (Gas Ram)   
22 cal. Umarex Surge Max Elite - TNT ReAxis  (Gas Ram) 
22 cal. Hatsan Edge - Vortex (Gas Ram)              
117 cal. Hatsan Striker - Vortex (Gas Ram)          
117 cal. Umarex NXG APX (Multi Pump)


Note : The 22 cal Walther Talon Magnum Rifle - The 22 cal barrel on the Hatsan Edge - The Edge rifle stock on the Hatsan Striker - were gifts from SteveP-52

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #4 on: April 20, 2022, 10:42:31 PM »
After checking further, I attempted an order with Dowdle.  They are NOT accepting phone calls, have a LONG delay in responding to Email, and now tell me that they don't have any in stock and are awaiting delayed shipment.   Right !!!   Scratch that one.   Now Sig, on the other hand, responded right away, and said that they only have a "few".  It seems to be Sig's own company website, as best as I can tell.    SigSauerClassics.   Might be worth a look.....
  • Jefferson, Ohio
Benjamin Cayden   .22cal/PCP      Walnut
Weihrauch HW100  .22 cal/PCP    Walnut
Air Arms Pro Sport  .22 cal / tuned    Walnut
Air Arms TX200      .22 cal / tuned     Walnut
Beeman R10 San Rafael  .20 cal / tuned
Weihrauch HW95    .22 cal / tuned
(Two) Sig Sauer ASP 20  .22 cal,     Synthetic, and Woo

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2022, 01:59:05 AM »
Be careful. The website “sigsauerclassics” is curiously misspelled “sicsauerclassics” in its URL and a quick research makes it suspicious for SCAM. I could be wrong, but tread carefully.

Cheers

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #6 on: April 21, 2022, 01:27:16 PM »
Be careful. The website “sigsauerclassics” is curiously misspelled “sicsauerclassics” in its URL and a quick research makes it suspicious for SCAM. I could be wrong, but tread carefully.

Cheers

A.

Good call.  I didn't catch that. 
  • Jefferson, Ohio
Benjamin Cayden   .22cal/PCP      Walnut
Weihrauch HW100  .22 cal/PCP    Walnut
Air Arms Pro Sport  .22 cal / tuned    Walnut
Air Arms TX200      .22 cal / tuned     Walnut
Beeman R10 San Rafael  .20 cal / tuned
Weihrauch HW95    .22 cal / tuned
(Two) Sig Sauer ASP 20  .22 cal,     Synthetic, and Woo

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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #7 on: April 21, 2022, 11:48:02 PM »
It was a rifle that when it first started being talked about, I was interested like many. Then it hit retailers and buyers got hands on
so more info finally hit the forums.
-The trigger was the only thing you could adjust without voiding your warranty.
-Warranty issues? An owner had issues and was told AoA was not allowed to service the rifles. Owners had to ship them back to Sig
for any repairs.
-Parts? Nope. Sig would not be selling any parts. Again, they wanted the guns shipped back to them to repair.
-Suddenly discontinued, Sig's reason being they needed the machines making them for other guns.

Down the road? Random lame guess is should you have a problem, you'll be tearing your own gun down, then hoping someone out there
has a gas ram that will work to replace whatever Sig used. If you can't, maybe you can figure out how to make or have made for you the
custom parts to convert it to a springer? If no to either, you now have a very nice display piece or one very expensive door stop.
Seals, same thing. Measure every last inch of both the piston and breech seals, then start searching for someone who makes something
that might work or can turn seals and make them for you.
For the many owners out there, I truly hope Sig changes their mind and restarts production. If not, I'd think your warranty will last about
long as they still have parts to fix them. Once those are gone?? At least for me, not a chance I'm willing to spend $500+ on.
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Re: Sig ASP20
« Reply #8 on: April 25, 2022, 12:12:14 PM »
It was a rifle that nobody considered and wrote off.... too busy lookin up PCP's, i guess. That was until it was discontinued  by the manufacturer,  and became an instant collectable. ( gun was made less then 2yrs)

Made in the USA, by a gun manufacturer. Not, some airgun company buying the U.S. gun manufacturer's name and slappin it on a Chinese  product...not this rifle.

The stock is beautiful, unlike any of the guns i own. ( own a lot) It feels like a real firearm when shouldered...it's awesome.

What about mods and voiding the warranty. No mods needed with this baby...she shoots like a lazer and hits like a hammer...gas rammed !

The scope included with the rifle is made for this air gun...what ? Never heard that before..look it up.

Sig did an awesome  job with this rifle,  glad I was able to aquire one, and HOPE it stays discontinued.

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