- KWA/KSC Sig Sauer SP2022 GBB (Full Metal)
- Fully licensed product with realistic markings
- Full metal construction with polymer grips
- Gas Blowback function
- Length: 187 mm
- Weight: 717 gr
As of yet, the Sig Sp2022 is a rather unique weapon in airsoft. There are 2 other models manufactured by other brands, but both do not share the quality as well as characteristics of KSC. With the new System 7, it grants stolid performance as well as reliability. Like a lot of other KSC Guns, this will come at a higher price than other models. As you may imagine, the build quality is very good compared to other airsoft brands. KSC is known for their high standards. You'll notice little to no casting seams and a good matching metal slide. The construction is metal except the polymer grips.
The user must cock the slide for the first BB to be loaded in the barrel. The blowback function is very crisp and it offers a realistic feeling to the pistol. The iron sights are fixed, but they offer a very good sight picture.
It is officially licensed by Sig Sauer and offers Real-Steel markings. The first is the most obvious one. It says Sig Sauer Sp2022 right on the slide with nicely finished letters. The grips offer a nice "Sig Pro" logo on both sides. On the bottom of the gun, right behind the rails, you'll find a unique serial number engraved in a silver plate. Very nice job KSC!! The last 2 markings is a "9mm Para" on the Polymer barrel and a "Sig Pro" on the magazine. Thanks to Cybergun for licensing the gun, it adds a lot of realism and is 100 times better than a gun without any markings.
Both, performance as well as handling are outstanding on the Sig. You can shoot 2,5 magazines out of a full charge which eguals 55BB's. This is superb compared to other brands. In my opinion, it can be related to the System 7 with enhanced internals. The fps drop is more consistant and the gun is able to fire in sub-zero temperatures. Out of the box the metal magazine gives an initial velocity of around 330 FPS.
The SIG Pro is a series of semi-automatic pistols developed and manufactured jointly by Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG) and J. P. Sauer & Sohn. It was the first polymer-frame handgun from either company and one of the first pistols to feature a built-in universal accessory rail and interchangeable grips. The SIG Pro was marketed as a lightweight and compact alternative to the "legacy" SIG-Sauer handguns in an increasingly competitive and budget-oriented law enforcement market. The pistol is the result of continued collaboration between two famous European arms makers: SIG (now Swiss Arms AG) of Neuhausen, Switzerland and Sauer & Sohn of Germany. As with other joint ventures between the two companies, these pistols are sometimes referred to as "SIG-Sauer".