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Technical Cp1 Stripdown Guide (cp2)

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Nubble, Apr 4, 2019.

  1. Nubble

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    I feel honoured!

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    shadowryder Shootin' the Breeze!!

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    Just read thru this, thanks Nubble,,,,
     
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    You're welcome..;)


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    Thoroughly deserved bud - so many have benefited from you sharing with us. :up:
     
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    Cheers QV.
    Very kind of you to say and much appreciated.
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    Addendum........

    Photo showing CP1/CP2 valve assembly and component parts.

    From left to right:
    Valve body/valve port and O ring - Exhaust Valve Pin, Body and bush - Valve spring - Valve body with O ring - Co2 piercer - Peds Co2 seal - Brass retaining collar

    [​IMG]


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    7/2019
     
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    Holy thread resurrection!

    Great write up Nubble. With all my PCPs gathering dust due to lack of puff a CP-1 is next on the list, lesson learned there. I’m too new at this game to be a tinkerer but this write up has me itching to have a go, just need the shops to open now to go out and get one.
     
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    Glad to have fired up your enthusiasm. I'll keep my fingers crossed you get one soon.
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    Put an ad in the wanted section mate,
    Someone may have one going spare.
    J..
     
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    Great job carry on with the good work
     
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    Had my CP2 stripped down today following the guide, very easy.

    Was fitting Nubbles Trigger and Hammer Springs, would have been a quick job but as the factory fitted end cap
    must have been well over size and fitted with a mallet, I had to resort to a full strip and used a tube which fitted over the Spring Guide and small but strong taps to get it out.

    I had tried pliers but no dice, even drilled a 2.5mm hole either side of end cap and some of those pliers with round tapered prongs to try and twist, still no go, so did air tube strip.

    All sorted now, put end cap in drill and used some sandpaper to reduce diameter, nice snug fit but easier to remove in future.

    Went back together easy as well but wind had picked up a lot so will test new shot count tomorrow hopefully.
     
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    Brilliant @Del-Dredd ;)

    I have heard of more than a few people having trouble with the end cap on the CP2. If you fancy a new one I think Ped can make you one. :thumb:

    I'll keep my fingers crossed for a wind free day..... :rolleyes:

    Cheers
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    Will keep Ped in mind for future seals etc.

    Cap is not damaged and works fine now I have sanded it, have looked at TR Robb bits for CP1/CP2 etc, he does Stainless bits including endcap which uses a separate Spring guide which is Stainless or Brass.
    Also does Spring Selections, Seals and a bunch of other stuff.

    Will hopefully get to try spring upgrades today but wind is supposed to be gusting 30 plus, not ideal.
     
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    tr nobs stuff often has issues for true quality work John Small is a better person to ask
     
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    Try Robber is not popular on most forums, he has allegedly copied many guys ideas and sold on as his own. At hugely inflated prices.
    If you need any things for Cp @ped is your man.
     
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    shadowryder Shootin' the Breeze!!

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    You beat me to it Lol
     
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    i only do seals/ tp's and when time the piercer conversion on the valve for them John
     
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    Embarrassed to ask this but I’m stuck. What technique do you use to separate the bolt handle from the bolt? The bolt's movement is as rough as a badger's backside and needs to be taken out for a looksee. I’ve had a 12” pipe wrench on the bolt's handle (suitably protected with a layer of leather) but I can’t budge it and there’s no place to get any heat in using a torch. Chinese Loctite is suitably impressive. I’m missing a trick but what is it?
     
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    usually they just unscrew by hand or at the most just grip in a vice (jaw protectors used)and unscrew using the breech
    never had to resort to anything more
     
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    Thanks Ped, I’ll stick it in a vice and see if that works, seriously impressed (and pee'd off) with how tight it is.

    Edit to add: that’s cracked it although it took a grunt more than I would have expected. A good few of the screws I’ve attacked so far (the pistol is very new) were little more than finger tight, this one has more than made up for it. You have to chuckle.
     
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