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Thread: Choosing an IPAS air pistol

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout sniper View Post
    I'm at work so don't have time for a search. Can someone briefly give a run down of what the sport is about.
    Thanx.
    ipas@.org.uk

    should get all info there Scout
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    The most popular models in the UK tent to be Umerex S&W, 1911 and PPK for smaller hands. 92FS is very front heavy
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    Rest In Peace Vincent

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    http://www.ipas.org.uk
    The info source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrianv View Post
    ipas@.org.uk

    should get all info there Scout
    Thanx uncle Adrian.
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  5. #20
    Rest In Peace Vincent

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    These pistols have been available and are suitable for IPAS.

    Walter CP Sport Synthetic 360fps R1588
    Walther PPQ Steel 360fps R2067
    Walther CP99 Steel 360fps R2067
    Heckler & Koch P30 Steel 393fps R2067
    Beretta PX4 Storm Steel Blowback 377fps R2067

    For those who are interested, I will establish stock levels when my wholesaler opens.
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  6. #21
    Rest In Peace Vincent

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    This one would be my choice.

    Walther CP88, Blued, 6 inch barrel


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    Nice, I like the compensator on the front. What does it weight, how many rounds in the mag??
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    Not to worry found it.
    Walther CP88
    Calibre 4,5 mm (.177) pellet
    Power Source 12 g CO2 capsule
    Magazine Capacity 8 round(s)
    Safety manual
    Sights adjustable for windage
    Energy ca. 3,5 Joules
    Overall Length 180 mm
    Barrel Length 90,9 mm
    Weight 1040 g
    Velocity 120 m/s
    Trigger Double Action
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    I wonder what the feasibility of using something like the Steyr LP50 would be for IPAS.

    One would just need to figure out a way to have a 10 shot magazine produced.


    http://www.steyr-sportwaffen.at/inde.../lp-50-compact


    Obviously price would hit you for a 6.
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  10. #25
    Rest in Peace Mike 05/12/2014

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    Rules forbid target pistols like LP50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    Rules forbid target pistols like LP50.
    From their website www.ipas.org.uk

    Pistols allowed

    The following pistols are allowed:

    Multi-shot air pistols(min 5 shots)
    T.A.C
    The following pistols are not allowed:

    Single shot
    Soft air (sub 1joule)

    They do go on to only mention c02 in the classes of pistols, so a little confusing as to whether multishot "air" pistols may be used.
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    Rest in Peace Mike 05/12/2014

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    On their website "Introduction" Target pistols are not permitted contradicting their rules!

    In the USA a Bianchi shoot is offered where top end target pistols are used. Also an action shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMP View Post
    On their website "Introduction" Target pistols are not permitted contradicting their rules!

    In the USA a Bianchi shoot is offered where top end target pistols are used. Also an action shoot.

    Is that not referring to the .22 rim fire target pistols?
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    i have all the above mentioned pistols in stock plus more
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    Rest In Peace Vincent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hennie View Post
    i have all the above mentioned pistols in stock plus more
    Walther CP88?
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