I used to be a .22 man!

A 6 yards postal competition using spring, SSP, or MSP air pistols, that can be shot at home or in a club.

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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby Tank » Wed May 08, 2013 11:39 pm

zooma wrote:
Tank wrote:I am considering using my FAS - going to think about it a little more :study:



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Postby zooma » Thu May 09, 2013 7:21 am

Nyctophiliac wrote:What do people think of the Walther LP53? I've longed after one of those for ages?

Slightly worried about the piston breaking the rear sight, though. Seems to be a bit of a design flaw.

Not worried about the cocking method, as long as its not harder than cocking my BSA Scorpion, without the extender, I'll be fine.



I am making a batch of replacement rear sight holding straps so we can keep these magnificent 007 pistols running for many more years yet.

It is this spring steel sight retaining strap that usually fractures, so I hope this will solve the problem for most - and allow some of us to pick up some cheap LP53 pistols that have this part broken and are therefore sold of cheap !
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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby Ian » Thu May 09, 2013 1:08 pm

I might have sorted out a Mk1 Premier - should know tomorrow

Fingers crossed.........
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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby pmh » Thu May 09, 2013 4:54 pm

As part of the scoring, I intend to produce a list of pistols and pellets used, not saying by whom though, which should make interesting statistics.

It would be good to have as many variations as possible.

If enough shooters take part, then there may be a possibility to split the comp into categories, Spring, SSP, etc, which will allow shooters to enter each category.

This will, of course, be discussed as the comp progresses.

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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby zooma » Thu May 09, 2013 6:04 pm

NARPA ran a 6 yard postal series for years that included all of the pistols we now call "classics" - and they never attempted to separate the types, and I don't think we should either.

Who is to say that an SSP is better or worse than an FWB or Giss recoilless, and what about those of us that will enjoy using a different pistol as often as possible during the series?

Come to think about it - NARPA even included CO2 in their series - but we have isolated them in their own separate 6 yard series as a spin-off of the CCL.

Don't tinker with the MPL basic rules I say - if it ain't broke - don't fix it !

.........but it would be good to know what pistols and pellets were being used - I do like that idea very much!
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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby pmh » Thu May 09, 2013 9:45 pm

Fair point.

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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby Ian » Sat May 11, 2013 7:31 am

.177 Webley Premier MK1 should be with me today - so thats that sorted - the .22 will have to go as its a 'one in, one out' policy these days

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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby zooma » Sat May 11, 2013 7:44 am

Can I add your name to the competitors list now then?
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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby Ian » Sat May 11, 2013 8:13 am

Sign me up! :)
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Re: I used to be a .22 man!

Postby zunmik » Sat May 11, 2013 10:54 am

Ian wrote:.177 Webley Premier MK1 should be with me today - so thats that sorted - the .22 will have to go as its a 'one in, one out' policy these days

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