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Switching Between Calibres On Smk Cp2

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by gypson, Jun 12, 2020.

  1. gypson

    gypson Newbie

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    Hi all,

    New to the forum so hello

    Picked up an SMK CP2 yesterday in 0.177 and while I'm more than happy with this calibre for plinking and the ocassional rat, I got to thinking... If I were to buy and fit a 0.22 barrel would this be be all that's needed to use the heavier pellets?

    Hoping someone with a more intimate knowledge of the gun could either confirm (or shoot down) this idea!

    Thanks in advance,
     
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    Would need a .22 magazine as well £15 or a .22 single shot tray. Would need to remove Breech in order to change bolt/probe over, so not just a quick barrel change.
     
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    Ah yes true - actually my dad is planning to pick up the .22 when they are back in stock so mag would be OK but I think the change over of the probe makes it a no go already (for now). Bit too much faff. Cheers for the reply regardless
     
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    Probably only take 10 to 20 mins, suppose it depends how often you would want to switch calibres.
     
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    Agreed, But I wouldn't want to do it too often. The threads on that little screw under the loading platform are a bit delicate
     
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    Cheers for the replies guys much appreciated
     

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