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Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by AMV8, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. AMV8

    AMV8 Engaging Member

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    Is there a Co2 pistol, 0.22 calibre, lead pellets, with multiple shot magazine?
     
  2. mattyts

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    not .22 because they are already low speed/power but theres 100's of .177s about.
     
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    You could try the Crosman 600 or the BNM 2240.
     
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    I think some of the Crosman western style revolvers are also .22. Also there's the option of conversion to .22 lead ball in the case of some models.
     
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    Sorry,I thought you meant semi auto...you could get a 2240 and a mag conversion from somewhere.
     
  6. Alexdermietzel

    Alexdermietzel Keyboard Hero

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    If you would consider a pcp pistol, there is the brocock atomic super six.

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  7. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    you guys :facepalm: , Crossman did one, don't know if they still do think it was 722 or something like that
     
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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    Yes absolutely right. There are a few threads like this across a few forums at present and I got confused as to which one I was on for a minute. Sorry about that.
     
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    Ok had a bit of a rumige and found this lot but you will need to look for them on the second hand market as they are no longer made.
    Crosman 451 6 shot colt 1911 lokalike
    Daisy powerline 622x a Beretta 92 copy
    Crosman 38c and 38t both Smith & Wesson revolver copys one 4" barrel and the other 6"
    Crosman 600
    Crosman 44 Peacemaker Colt 45 copy
    All are co2 powerd and as I said as far as I can find out they are all out of production but do turn up from tome to time second hand. I have one of the Crosman 38ts and it is a real hoot to shoot if a bit fidly to load
    Crosman made a few cowboy revolvers and apart from the 44 they may have bean avaliable in both .177 and.22 but i cant be shure. hope this helps you all the best and happy hunting
     
  13. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    Main Calibre for pistols is .177

    There was .22 versions of Smiths - where rebarreled and drilled out - but never pleased shooters

    As Stated their are .22 PCP Pistols - But nothing Revolver / Auto style

    Unless lucky enough to have a .22 TAC Pistol - Now on restrictive License

    BOB/R
     
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    I think we are talking about diferant pistols The Crosman 38t and 38c were made by Crosman in both .177 and .22. From what I can find out about them the shorter barrel gun was made for police forces in the USA in the late 50s to early 60s to teach safe gun controle and early shooting skills without requiring the use of expensiv live firing ranges and ammunition. The US airforce allso used the gun as a training aid. After a very sucsesfule run someone at Crosman thaught that they might have a winner on there hands if they could price it for sale to the man in the street. After some miner changes like the rear sight and revolving part of the cilinder being made from plastic insted of metal they had a gun thet was cheep enough to sell to the public and after a few other mods like adding a six inch barell to the 4 inch Crosman had a lineup of 4 pistols covering most peoples requirements. As a foot note I sometimes wonder if they ever thaught of a 2" or 2.5" version.
     

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