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Good news Seen One Of These Yet???

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Nubble, Dec 27, 2018.

  1. Nubble

    Nubble Donator

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    Picked this up today and looking forward to giving a bit of a test over the Christmas break.


    Artemis PP800 PCP pistol in .177 only recently released. :D

    Single or multishot (although I think the mag will stay in the box!!!).
    Comes fitted with mod as standard, 2 stage trigger, fill adaptor and thread protector should you wish to remove the mod plus a few extra O rings.
    [​IMG]


    Only managed to shoot around 25 shots today before dusk and with open sights. Afraid to say my eyesight ain't up to shooting open sights so it will get a red dot or reflex sight soon.

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    After a very quick play this afternoon I felt the trigger pull was very heavy (to what I am used to) so couldn't resist taking the trigger out and swiftly replaced with one of Nubble's CP1 trigger springs. I gave the 1st and 2nd stage a tweak and will test tomorrow. The trigger seems the same as the CP2.

    It is very much a CP1/CP2 in construction but PCP instead of Co2 with what seems like a longer cylinder?? (not checked it against the CP1 yet) and a fill pressure of around 190 bar (19mpa). Shot count is stated at 100 in .177 so we will put that to the test and give it a good run over the chrono too. A chunkier grip with less rake than the CP 1.

    I think the sear will benefit from a little polish as the release is quite 'sharp'.

    Oh and I'm glad I did take the stock off as I found these 3 little free gifts inside!
    :eek:

    [​IMG]


    Nubble
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  2. QuoVadis69

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    Very nice @Nubble.

    I've been on the look out for a PP700 but will await your initial impressions.
     
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    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    Very interesting mate, I’ll have to have a look at one of these.
     
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  4. Nubble

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    I'll show you mine if you.......
    :p
     
  5. Nubble

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    Have seen the PP700w going for as little as 130 notes new. In .22 tho. I know Solware have one second hand at the moment.
    :thumb:
     
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    mikeyhall1 BRIT SEALS - M & M Products - TbT

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    :D
     
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    Thanks @Nubble I'll take a look now mate. :up:
     
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  8. Patton

    Patton Jack Reacher's big brother

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    What's it like in the hand? I find the CP1 a fraction muzzle heavy (not helped by my long arms) and I was wondering how the extra length of the Artemis affects it?
     
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  9. Spray1Mark

    Spray1Mark I see light at the end of the tunnel!

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    Always the best fun when you dip your toe in first eh!

    Personally I suspect those three pieces were accurising wedges, be careful not to lose them!
     
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    Feels ok in the hand. Grip is chunky but ok. It is a little front heavy but no worse than a CP1 with a HW mod, in fact I would say better than a CP1 with a HW. More stable.
    :thumb:
     
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    Doh. They went in the bin today :facepalm:
     

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