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Project Pp700w

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by RichieRich, Jun 14, 2019.

  1. RichieRich

    RichieRich Ping!

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    My latest acquisition, an SMK PP700W. Bought used, and quickly found out it was running hot. Adjusting the transfer port and hammer brought it lower but was still firing hot 50% of the shots. I've since drained the cylinder and waiting for a set of oring before stripping the internals to adjust the regulator to bring it under the limit.

    Mods so far:
    Shroud end has been replaced with UNF adapter.
    Trigger sears polished and tuned to 2 stage operation.

    Planned mods:
    Design and print open sights for 10m pistol use.
    Folding stock for short range target shooting.

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    Rich, that's very nice,, you beat me too it I still havnt found one that I like yet. I hope it all goes well for you.
     
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    I made my own stock and also machined a 15"walther barrel to fit it 59473662_2244600529135996_8789534662981582848_n.jpg 26195691_1944751992454186_3668754734150033317_n.jpg
    I've since anodised the stock
     
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    Ped , did you do the anodising, yourself? .or did you get it done for you,if so who did it please?
     
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    Great project chaps - I’ve had 4 or 5 or these - they never seem to last for long in my hands but I need to buy a keeper as they are good
     
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    Instead of printing, use a sight pin in the mod and a cp1 rear?
     
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    I plan to use this as 10m pistol with open sights, and short distance (30m max) with optics.
    I've printed a foresight, which fits nice and snug over the shroud, and will see if i can acquire a CP1 rear sight for adjustability. I can't pit a pin in the mod, as i use it for the Kozak.

    Also, this turned up in the post today, wasn't expecting this to land for a few days, so thanks to Damian at www.pullthetrigger.co.uk for next day service :thumb:

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    Stock fitted last night, makes it look so much better! Red dot on top was supplied with the pistol, but will be replaced with a rear open sight for 10m pistol, and a scope for longer distance

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  9. shadowryder

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

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    I got a CP1 rear sight Rich, which I,m not using mate, Also may be interested in your Red Dot if you moving it on n price is right ,Give me a shout if you want the sight.
     
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    Latest addition to the PP700W. Hawke 3-9x40AO scope thanks to @ragz18. Also managed to get the power sorted out, now firing 4.8 ft/lb, with room for improvement should it need it.

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    Anyone after one of these, keep an eye out in the sales section shortly :thumb:
     
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    I've seen a few of these now with extra long barrels on, does anyone know or recommend a barrel to convert it please
     
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    You can use any barrel but It will need to be machined to fit

    The pic about just has a silencer
     
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    Thanks reevo17 for the reply, need to strip down the pistol to see what options are available and how much work is involved.
     
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    For a silencer?

    Simply remove the end cap - screw in an adaptor and fit any 1/2 unf screw on mod
     
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    Have an adaptor and silencer thanks just wanted to experiment and see if I could get a longer barrel
     
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    Its been done several times but you need a mate with a lathe to machine down
     
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    Hw springer barrels I’ve seen done 2 or 3 times now
     
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    Thank you Reevo17 for pointing me in the right direction. :thumb:
     

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