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The Baikal Mp651k .177 Co2 Pistol/carbine

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by Wild Bill, Oct 27, 2019.

  1. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Any one on here actually got one of these or had experience of one? I'm thinking of getting one to try. They look interesting. I nearly bought one many many years ago.

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    bcham Busy Member

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    i have just purchased one should be here tomorrow, pistol only , looks similar to the Artemis CP400, but as single action and can fire bbs as well, so on paper cheaper and better than the Artemis CP400
     
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    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    I look forward to your review. :up:
     
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    The extended barrel is only a tube. I'd just buy the pistol tbh
     
  5. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Yes I know that Ade. But I like the look of it and I think it would a lot more accurate when used as a carbine just due to hold.
     
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    That periscope sight looks interesting
     
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    I have one, with the carbine extras.

    It’s a nice pistol.

    Good points:

    Fires from the bottom chamber of the cylinder mag, so bore line is very low, minimising the effect of slight errors in hold.

    Trigger pull is nice, both DA and SA.

    Accuracy is on a par with Umarex CP88 (etc) at 6-10M.

    Speed shoots well.

    Big integral BB magazine if you want to use them. I’ve only used pellets in mine.

    Affordable. I think mine was about £80 new 4-5 years ago.

    Less good points:

    Lots of plastic. Build quality seems so-so. But it hasn’t broken yet.

    The magazine does not retain the pellets. Turn it the wrong way up and they fall out. So you can’t have a loaded spare or two in your pocket. Which is impossible anyway, because:

    No spares of any kind are available.

    The barrel extension is simply a moulded plastic tube of doubtful utility.

    The periscope sight thing is very odd. Slow to use and non-instinctive in use.

    Replacing the CO2 cart requires you to unscrew and remove the grip assembly. Not the fastest system.

    Nowhere to mount an optic if that’s your kind of thing.
     
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  8. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    Thanks for that info Geezer.

    Now about the HATSAN 25 Supertact? Any one got any experience of this one that has caught my eye.

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    There's one for sale on BBS in pistol form
     
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    Yes, just seen that
     
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    I like weird, but I prefer functional. Oh and they both look like dogs.

    Each to their own.

    Dave
     
  12. Wild Bill

    Wild Bill co2 Enthusiast and voice of reason

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    I'd only want one in carbine form. I like quirky.
    Oh and @NorfolkDave I don't know what dogs you have had or seen but they don't look like dogs to me. They look like airguns. :D:thumb:

    This is a dog:

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    I have a 651 that I almost threw in the bin as the mag retaining spring was missing!

    I didn't realise it should be sprung for ages, I thought it was a friction fit but worn!, All of a sudden it hit me! (Much like the missus when i've bought another gun!!), I thought it needed a spring and Modski66 posted some pics which made it much easier to fit a spring (Hate taking Co2 pistols to bits!!), It's now one of my fave pistolas!!

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    I didn't get the carbine bits but in all honesty, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have used them anyhow!!


    John :)
     
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    I have got one with the Scorpion style add-on, not my thing and I wasn't bothered about it. However, the UBC had a 25-shot speed shooting competition earlier this year, so with a bit of tinkering, I added a small piece of rail to mount a laser, and the 'magazine' proved to be a great help with steadying. I also knocked up a crude silencer from some drain pipe so as not to attract attention from the neighbours...

    Some spare parts are available from a guy in Russia who sells on the 'bay. [​IMG][​IMG]

    Sent from my SNE-LX1 using Tapatalk
     
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