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Polish CP1

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Nobbi1977, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Nobbi1977

    Nobbi1977 Engaging Member

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    My CP1 arrived from Poland and I have put about 100 22s through it. I have to say for the money I am surprised by the quality feel of it.

    I had an hour earlier so I stripped it, cleaned and deburred, then added some Bumslide and it is even better. This is just a toy project to for me so I will be doing more playing over time.

    Next up will be the two stage trigger mod and then I need to cut the base off the grip so I can get my fat hands comfortable on it.

    [​IMG]IMG_20180108_192349 by Andrew Robinson, on Flickr

    [​IMG]IMG_20180108_192402 by Andrew Robinson, on Flickr
     
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    Mine came on Monday as well!
    Have to say it does feel very good for the money, it's hard to complain at £63. I'm looking forward to shooting it more, at same point I want to build up the courage to open it up and try tuning it

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    Looks nice, I more swing towards the replica pistols my self, but i must agree it dose look nice and I may have to invest with out the wife’s knowledge lol


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  4. Nobbi1977

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    It is an ugly looking thing and nothing like a "real" gun but it seems to shoot straight. I tried replicas with a P226 but found the fun soon wore off for me.

    I think I like tinker as much a shoot so I can strip and rebuild this loads and only lose a little cash if i never get it back together right in the end
     
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    I like it and you've now got me looking at their website. I tempted by the .177 with mag and bolt on the left as opposed to yours which is on the right. Will yours accept mags or is it made single shot only? I hate the idea of having to swap hands all the time.
     
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    Mags do not have a great reputation and single loading is not slow.

    You tilt the gun to the left and cock it with your left hand and position the pellet while the gun is still tilted over. Agree it would be a pain with a mag in though.

    just found out the cocking handle is the same size as a 9mm casing so I have a cool look extension now
     
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    The right hand bolt isn't a problem for me at all to use right handed.
    I wouldn't bother with the magazine as they don't work very well but you can still use it single shot if you'd prefer
     
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    Where did you order it from?
     
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    Nice shooting Nobbi. :up:

    Think I need one. But with a silencer! ;)
     
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    Silencer would kill the sights though.

    I was thinking about a red dot or a scope but having taken it to the range at 10m it performed ok as is so not sure what to do now.
     
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    I was at the Welsh Junior shooting semi finals back at the end of last year. All the kids had steyr Lp2's apart from one young lad who had a CP1. He came 3rd out of Ten!
     
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    About time uk dealers stopped shafting people for these. They're probably buying them in for about £30!
    Well worth £60 ish from Poland though
     
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    Trigger finally drilled for two grub screws. Had to heat it hot and let it cool to be able to drill it but now it has a much better two stage trigger.

    Red dot sight fitted so just the grips to sort. I am thinking a strip and black stain now.
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    I modified my CP1 trigger using a brass bush that I made from a PC motherboard standoff, just rounded of the hex and cut off the screw bit using a dremal type tool. Took about 5min to fit, vast improvement
     
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    I looked at that mod but decided to go for the full two stage one. I bought the pistol to play with so dismantling it and seeing what I can do is the fun part.

    Might make a new hammer next
     
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    Nice little guns, I did the same some time back and bought the multi shot from Poland .... well worth doing if others have any concerns don't the service and price are first rate. Sold mine since as the multi shot loading is a PITA but otherwise the gun is great.
     
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    I’m getting tempted! Oh dear....
     
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