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Question Cp2 + Pp800 Conversion/mashup. Compatibility And Legalities?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Teg366, Jan 6, 2021.

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  1. Teg366

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    Oooooook. So where do i start. I'm going to be getting an SMK Victory CP2 as soon as my local gun smith can get one in. Already have reserved the next one they get, so that's mine ^.^

    But I've been watching videos and looking at some things and I've seen that the body of the PP800 which is PCP, will drop in and fit in the CP2 stock without any modifications.

    First thing i want to know is, can the PP800 be tuned/adjusted up to 11ft/lbs and would this be legal to do if putting it into a custom stock that will be rifle mode only and not able to just break down into a pistol?

    If the above is possible, then will the CP2 extended rifle barrel also fit the PP800 in the same way it doe son the CP2?

    My plan is to buy another CP2 at later a point and a PP800 so i can make a super lightweight PCP full power sub 12ft/lb rifle. I have a 3D Printer and after getting the CP2 and tearing it down i'm going to design my own stock that is full rifle only and not able to be broken down to a pistol without full disassembly.

    Is this doable? And more to the point, would it even be legal for me to do so?

    I'm assuming yes, as i have seen a few custom bodied rifles online, so i feel this is essentially the same thing, right? I mean, i could just as easily take a small rifle and make a custom pistol stock for it and have it over the legal 6ft/lb limits. Sooooo, i feel like my mod will be legal, but i'm so new to this stuff that i just wanted to ask and check with people who actually know about this stuffs :3
     
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    Andys airgun review on YouTube.
     
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    Yes, this is one of the conversions i have seen. He does not tune it nor discuss the legalities of tuning it to be a full power <12ft/lb rifle though which is what i'm wanting to know.

    I really want a full power rifle, but there are very few that are lightweight enough for me to comfortably using for free standing target shooting. And the ones that are lighter and seem to be good high power PCP's are very expensive. But even those are nowhere near as light as this mod would be.

    Edit: Oh my mistake though. he did indeed fit the longer barrel. So i know that part is doable now. So really it's just a question on the possibilities and legalities of tuning it up to a full power rifle with a custom body and stock.
     
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    A search on PP800 will I'm sure will answer most of your questions .. ;)
     
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