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Smk Victory Cp2

Discussion in 'Airgun Reviews' started by pjgtech, Mar 23, 2018.

  1. Tylersimon

    Tylersimon Engaging Member

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    These are mags & single shot loader is brill so easy to put pellet in
     

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    If you have trouble finding a hammer spring drop me a PM. ;)

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  3. pjgtech

    pjgtech How many days till Xmas?

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    Ok I want these! who sells these /makes them? do you have any contact details? thanx
     
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    These are made by Darco dell on Facebook they are brill
     
  5. SJC

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    I got a CP2 for Christmas. Only used it as a rifle so far.
    I’ve set it up with scope and torch and it’s ready for an outing.
    Seems quite powerful great for the money.
     
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    What a great set of comments and reviews. I've got a CP2 on order (Black) due in a week or so. So pleased to hear all the good comments, I've heard some adverse comments about it being under powered and the magazines being useless from the shop I'm buying from!!!, Fortunately I chose to ingnore those comments and it would seem that neither of them are true. Great Forum. Thanks :up::)
     
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  7. 6-Foot-Ewok

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    I have one in 0.177 and it’s a belting piece of kit. I have had it just over a month. Following a forum post, I’ve added a crossman spring to the set up and got 2p sized groups at 23 yards. I did have trouble using the magazines but the single shot tray works brilliantly.
    I have only used it for target shooting so far, but it’s brought back of my love of shooting from over 20 years ago. I’m already looking for my next acquisition.

    Thanks bobbyc for the steer with the spring btw
     
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  8. pjgtech

    pjgtech How many days till Xmas?

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    Just had an issue with mine, see separate thread, "CP2 tight pellets":
    Solved it by carefully filing of the inside of the barrel to get rid of a burr, now sorted and shooting well again.

    :)
     
  9. 6-Foot-Ewok

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    I had the same, magazines especially were causing jams, I’ve drilled and polished the port but lost reliable accuracy now so I think I’ve went too far. Ordered a new barrel now to have another go.
     
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    I had the same issue with mine initially. Some pellets were difficult to load due to a bit of a rough crown at the breech end. Removed the barrel, quick spin with some wet & dry paper wrapped around a pencil tip to make a cone, refitted and voila. Just enough to smooth it off, hardly any material removed.

    I had a jam and double feed the first time I tried using the magazine as well but its been fine since and loads smoothly now.
     
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  11. 6-Foot-Ewok

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    That is absolutely what I should have done, unfortunately being a bit Neanderthal....

    ... new barrel is on its way.
     
  12. Oldguy

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    Just taken delivery of my NEW CP2 Victory .22 - Unpacked it, assembled the rifle version, loaded the magazines with JSB Match Exact 5.5 Diab0lo, inserted the C02 cartridge, emptied (Shot) the first magazine, worked like a dream. HAPPY DAYS, very impressed. Great value and well built.
     
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    No need for showing off there boss
     
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    I’ve got mine in the garage on a stand. It’s sad but when I go in I load up and shoot some cans!!! I love it.
     
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  15. Sjhj

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    Just purchased CP2...impressed, but struggling to remove hammer spring end cap from tube...totally stuck. Anyone any inspiration?
    Cheers
    SJHJ
     
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    I put a new hammer spring in mine and the cap came off easily but I’ve heard that some are sealed as an anti tamper. Have you tried you tube..
     
  17. 6-Foot-Ewok

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    I had no issue with mine once I had removed all of the screws, it just slid out.
     
  18. Sjhj

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    Many thanks...think mine is sealed...no info located yet in You Tube....
     
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    They can be difficult to remove sometimes. :confused:
    I found that gripping it with pliers and twisting clockwise-anti clockwise (back and forth) and it should eventually come free. Mine was very stiff but once 'cracked' loose it twisted free. I wrapped a piece of rubber around the 'tab' to prevent damaging it with the pliers helped. A piece of inner tube would/should work the same.
    I binned mine and made a replacement metal one same as CP1 but without the tab as it was going in a home made stock.

    If you can't get it free without fear of damaging it and you are stripping it completely it may be possible to use a drift/rod/socket and bar/section of wood/tube etc and knock it out from the valve side, obviously the valve needs to come out first.

    Hope that helps?
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    PS. Welcome to the forum @Sjhj
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