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How Can I Get More Shots From A Cp1m?

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by firefox99, Aug 1, 2020.

  1. firefox99

    firefox99 Engaging Member

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    is this easy to do?

    i currently get 40 per cannister
     
  2. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast, HW97, K98 owner

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    How about you ask this question in the air pistol section please? It is the best place to get answers on these air pistols.
     
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    Dear easy bud. Drop @Nubble a pm and buy a set of hammer springs for a few quid and check his guide to stripping and rebuilding CP1 pistols (check stickies in pistol section). It's three hex heads and about 5 minutes work. For me, around 3 to 3.5 ft lbs is the sweet spot for these in 0.177. They still make clean holes in targets with wad cutters at 10 metres, the muzzle flip and noise are reduced significantly, and shot count increases to around 80.

    Mods, could you please move to pistols @cloverleaf @NIVEA
     
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    Hello Firefox,

    Yes, it's very easy to do. Maybe 5 or 10 mins work. As @Arrizabalaga says there is a stripdown in the pistols section which shows exactly how easy it is.

    I get an average 76 shots per Co2 bulb in my CP1 at 2.8-3ft-lbs and around 90 per bulb in my CP2 pistol

    One by product is that you end up with a very smooth, easy to cock pistol too!
    :thumb:
     
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    Presume this is in .22 ?
     
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    Afraid you presume wrong.
    :thumb:

    Having said that there shouldn't be an awful lot of difference.
    :thumb:
     
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    Firefox. It’s a while since my CP1 has seen light of day but following Nubble's guide I upped my shot count to about 60 and all that was needed was 3 or 4 hex keys. I guess with the current weather the count will be even higher now.
     
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    ok, thanks. i will contact nubble.

    i posted this in the "CO2" forum as it's a CO2 pistol
     
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  9. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast, HW97, K98 owner

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    Where is the co2 forum? You posted in the Replica airguns section. I really don't think the cp2 is a replica of anything. :D:thumb:
     
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    I think that the original CP1 was branded either SMK or AirforceOne, so technically my Artemis is a replica of one of them. :):thumb:
     
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  11. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast, HW97, K98 owner

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    That is not how it works. :laff:
     
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    No mate, it's the Replica Forum. I think that the Mods put CO2 in the description so that people inadvertantly post about CO2 guns that aren't replicas just to wind up @Wild Bill. :)
     
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    Growing pains, the name change makes things so much easier to understand and doesn’t aggravate my CDO (OCD with the initials in alphabetical order)
     
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    "A place to discuss any CO2 or air-powered firearms replicas."

    i think i imagined a comma after "CO2", hence my error
     

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