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Multi Shot Pcp Pistols

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by hamza, Sep 23, 2019.

  1. hamza

    hamza Posting Addict

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    I’ve never been ineterested in pistols but at the club yesterday another member let me have a go with his Rohm TwinMaster, it was great fun!

    So I was wondering what other PCP multishot (where you can just pull the trigger till the magazine is empty) pistols like the Rohm are there?

    I know there are lots of CO2 magazine fed pistols but the only ones I’ve tried only seem good for a bit of can bashing. I’d like something quite accurate too.

    The only other PCP pistols I ever know of are the Air Arms Alfa Proj which I think is a single shot loader and the HW44 which has the same action as my 110 so needs to be cocked between shots.

    Thanks!
     
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    pjgtech Bah Humbug.......

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    Theres Steyr, someone at our range had a proper target jobbie last Saturday, that fires 5 shots from a mag, but in between shots you don't have to recock or pull a lever or anything, it just fires five shots then you reload, the mag is a sort of billeted ali bar with holes in, he said the pcp gives about 100 shots, so about 20 mags worth. But they are not cheap! about £1500 min I think
    We all had a go and it was as light as a feather. but very long, quite a cool thing though. May have been a Steyr MP10 or something similar?
    :)
     
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    The best is the Steyr LP50, but has a hefty price tag, around £1650. Feinwerkbau used to also make a 5 shot pistol, but is now discontinued.
    The Steyr is self indexing with a 5 shot stick mag, unlike the Rohm you tried which is essentially a revolver mechanism. Have a look on you tube for a Steyr LP50 and your find lots of information and videos.
     
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    Ah the Steyr must use the same mechanism as they use in the H5A rifle which I’m familiar with.

    £1500 is a bit much though!

    Might have to try and source a Rohm from somewhere.
     
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    pjgtech Bah Humbug.......

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    SMK Victory CP2 is quite an accurate little thing out to about 20-25m, its co2 and has single shot loader or mags. Mags are indexed via side bolt. :)
     
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    PP800

    PCP pistol-single shot/10 shot mag-bolt needs to be cycled between shots/not auto/blowback (like your 110)
    TBH I wouldn't bother with the mag tho...... :eek:

    :thumb:
     
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    Drulov DU 10 5-shot semi-automatic, if you can find a good example.

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    IMO there is a huge gap in the multishot, self indexing, pistol range. Top end you have steyr, and low end you have Co2; there's next to nothing in the mid range. If you just want to have some fun and bash some cans then go Co2 for multishot. If you want multishot for comeptition then it can be big money....
    Most comp pistols are single shot and you can find something half decent without breaking the bank.
     
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    So it's really going to have to either be lots of money on a Steyr or trying to find a Rohm from somewhere and hope it doesn't go wrong.
     
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    TrickyDicky Life in the slow lane

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    I got my head turned by Rohms a friend had the CO2 target pistol and a while ago i found a Rohm Twinmaster CO2 multi-shot and bout it but was not that keen on the multi shot aspect so only shoot it as single shot, so when looking for a PCP single shot target version and bought one from one of the members here and now use that most of the time...so maybe i might sell the Twinmaster as i really dont use it much at all.
     
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    If you want true-SA you're looking at the Steyr LP5 / LP50 (if your pockets are deep) or perhaps more realistically the Drulov DU-10 or Aeron B96 which are both around £250 used but unfortunately run off CO2 with all the associated drawbacks).
     
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    Why isn't the Rohm considered a true SA? because the trigger cocks the action in the first part of the pull? I know the Steyr doesn't do that, is it the same for the Drulov DU-10 and Aeron B96?

    Edited to add: I don't think I want a CO2 one, I already have PCP air rifles, may as well use the dive bottle for pistols too rather than faff about with CO2 bulbs.
     
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    I nearly bought a used Brocock Grand Prix (discontinued) multi shot which get fairly decent reviews but instead opted for a new single shot PP700-SA which also get decent reviews for the price range. Both pcp but not top of the line pistols.
     
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    Have you looked at the Evanix AR6
     
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    You answered your own question really, the Rohm is literally a double action revolver, when you pull the trigger it rotates the cylinder and then fires.
    The Steyr is self indexing as the pellet is fired from inside the mag, it does not load the pellet into the breech before firing.
    The Drulov is a bit of a grey area, you load 5 pellets into the breech, in my opinion it is a semi auto.
    The B96 is similar to the Steyr in operation, only using Co2 as a propellant, although they did make a pcp version for a while, can’t remember the name though. Sure someone will know it.
     
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    I had a DU10 for some time - great pistol and deffo a true semi auto.
    There are some good s/h examples around.
     
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    One which is available now, and which can be used either with the supplied magazine, or as a single shot pistol, is the Artemis PP800 which is PCP, although not 'top of the range'!

    Nubble is the best man to talk to about these however!

    Thet are great fun though! :)
     
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    Now that looks just fantastic , here’s hoping it comes along at some point !
     
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    Yes. The Rohm is a double action revolver, in that the long pull of the trigger both cocks the action and indexes the mag. On the other three the striker is cocked by the propellant gas; which on the Steyr and Aeron also trips the mag indexing system which moves under spring force. The Drulov has an integral linear (axial) mag so needs no indexing as such.

    As a result the triggers on the true SA guns are much lighter with a shorter, crisper pull which is far more beneficial to accurate shot placement...
     
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