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Cp1 Vapour Cloud From Barrel When Firing.????????

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by shadowryder, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    Hia guys,
    as it sez above I getting a vapour cloud from end of barrel with every pellet fired,
    still shoots ok but shot count seems to be down a bit,
    could I have popped a seal somewhere inside it???
    any ideas Please..
     
  2. RichieRich

    RichieRich Ping!

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    See if you get the same when dry firing pointing downwards to the ground. If the vapor clouds stop, its normal.

    Vapor release can happen if the capsule is horizontal in its installed location, as it is allowing liquid co2 to escape through the firing valve on every shot. The more vapor that leaves on every shot, the less liquid remains in the capsule and expands into gas inside.
     
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  3. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    Hi Rich,
    It doesn't do it when firing without a pellet even horizontal,
    Thing is had the gun few weeks now and this has only just started yesterday after I accidently dropped gun on floor which is why I assumed something had gone wrong with it.
    Cheers.
     
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    Sounds like the ports out of whack with the breach mate, happens when these take a knock (or put back together to hastly:rolleyes: like I've done once) ,
    Simple to sort, just strip the gun down using the guide in the stickys here, and assemble as stated and give it a relive while you have it open:thumb:
    If you need any help at all just ask mate
     
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  5. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    Hi Jay,
    yeah had it apart a few times mate,did notice barrel was loose in breech when I picked it up,thought I may have damaged a TP seal,seems better this afternoon but probly will strip it n make sure everything lined up for it.
    cheers buddy.
     
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    What silencer do you use on it mate?
    Heres my homemade one so far, and I've tamed it so much you hear the hammer more than the muzzle report:thumb:
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    Hi,
    That is a really lovely looking grip!
    I assume that you had it made especially... or is it all your own work?

    It is just that a friend of mine, at our Club, has just bought himself a PP700, and would really love a wooden grip like that on it!

    Thanks!

    P.S. Sorry for straying a bit "off-topic" here! :(
     
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    Thanks mate, and thrm grips are standard cp1 grips mate
     
  9. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    Hiya Jay,
    like the slim look of the silencer and shroud mate looks good.
    The mod I am usuing is home made not "silent" but a helluva lot quieter than without.
    your grips are same as mine.my bolt is on other side to yours though. 20190602_195456_001.jpg 20190602_195456_001.jpg
     
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    I like you homemade short stubby mate, also is that a custom bolt you have? , I prefer the bolt on the left side tbh makes it easy to reload,
    Interesting sight choices also:thumb:, I love the han solo/Leia pew pew pistol look
     
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    Sights wise I jump between a pistol scope and a red dot . . .
    15613400007024231063302811497793.jpg
     
  12. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    Yeah made the mod meself couple bits of ally tube ,leather baffles n some foam,used origional end piece off barrel to mount it.
    the sight is just a cheap red/green dot I got from local g/shop,does the job,
    havent tried it with scope.
    Bolt handle is off my PR900 rifle.thinking of putting your rosewood one on here could do with one with a longer shaft for rifle.
     
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    I can make you one with a longer shaft if needed mate no worries, I also make the shafts a tab but thicker as this stops and bolt wobble
     
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    That's a CP1 grip Montala. The SMK version. ;) The PP700 would not fit in that.

    :thumb:
     
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    PM me matey, I'll send you a Bolivian rosewood bolt with longer shaft o_O FOC.
    Also hold did the strip down go? Did you solve the leak?
     
  16. shadowryder

    shadowryder Too darn young to feel this darn old!!!!

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    No Longer leaking or "Vaping" no bust seals n working fine now.
     
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    Excellent.
    :thumb:
     
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