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Question Best Fittings Pp700sa Moderator Adaptor

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Calibre, Nov 10, 2019 at 1:42 PM.

  1. Calibre

    Calibre Busy Member

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    Hi all,

    I wish to order one of these, for my PP700SA:

    https://www.bestfittings.co.uk/shop...aptors/smk-artemis-pp700s-a-silencer-adaptor/

    I was wondering if any fellow forum members use them and just wanted some feedback....i.e....

    1. Are they a good fit and fit flush?

    2. Are the removal tools that they provide easy to use?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated....and any pistol porn with this actual product actually fitted to a PP700SA would be an absolute bonus.

    Thanks for reading.

    Many Thanks,

    Calibre
     
  2. Jimmypie

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    I have one fitted , no pics of the bare thing though , can grab some if you like but this shows how neatly it fits ,

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  3. Calibre

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    Thanks very much Jimmypie, that’s exactly the feedback and pictures I was after, it’s very much appreciated :thumb: can I just ask did you use the two pins they provide to remove the front cap? If so was it easy?
     
  4. Jimmypie

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    Yes , the pins are useful and make life easier just to crack it open then it’ll undo by hand , installation of the adaptor is just reversed and then a very slight nip up with a small spanner on the flats .

    The only note I’d add is that if you intend on installing & removing the moderator with every visit then a little dot of low strength thread lock onto the adaptor & barrel thread might be an idea as once the moderator is snugged up it can pinch on the adaptor and bring the adaptor back out with it .

    Also , if you plan on mounting a scope I’d highly reccomend a one piece mount like on mine , this bridges the reciever and barrel shroud and pulls the two together nicely , because once the adaptor or barrel plug is removed this obviously frees the shroud up , not good with two piece mounts where one is on the shroud and one is on the receiver , POI would most certainly shift if things got loose.

    I hope all that makes sense , if it doesn’t , I’ll try and explain betterer :p
     
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    This all makes perfect sense sir :thumb: thank you very, very much for taking the time to write this, the extra information is invaluable (not just for myself, but anyone else thinking of purchasing this pistol), very much appreciated and duly noted :D
     
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    I have exactly the same setup as Jimmypie. The only thing I might add is when you unscrew the front cap the whole barrel can spin (mine did). A removal tool is sold for this but I just wedged a pencil in at the pellet end of the barrel to provide enough force to unscrew the front cap.
     
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    Here's a pic of my old one fitted with the Best Fittings adaptor with the thread protector fitted.

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    Thanks for the tip NGNG, very much appreciated mate :thumb:
     
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    Thanks Paul55 much obliged :D:up:

    I shall also be ordering one of the folding stocks this week :)
     
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