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Thread: Stock for SPA CP1 CO2 pistol

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    Is there anyone here who can build me a stock for a CP1 pistol?
    Unfortunately my woodwork skills are terrible.
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    Give Ullaulla a shout on the forum! He is looking for a CP1 to do inletting and stock design.
    His work is superb!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer View Post
    Is there anyone here who can build me a stock for a CP1 pistol?
    Unfortunately my woodwork skills are terrible.
    Hi Farmer

    What do you have in mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by UllUllA View Post
    Hi Farmer

    What do you have in mind

    Cheers
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    Feel free to show him the error of his ways.........
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    Something similar to this or something that can attach to the standard pistol grip.

    Last edited by Farmer; 25-03-15 at 14:49.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer View Post
    Something similar to this or something that can attach to the standard pistol grip.

    Farmer you should drop OOM Piet a line he did one for his CP1 that screws to the bottom of the existing Grips....
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    That Polymorph plastic stauff seems great!
    I can think of lots of stuff I can make......
    The website say "discontinued".
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    Jacques, daai kolf van Allen het my ook aan die dink gekry. Ek het vir myself en my broer elk 'n CP1 bestel en gaan probeer om so kolf te bou. My houtwerk skills is ook maar kak, maar ek gaan in elk geval probeer. Sal jou op hoogte hou sodra ek begin.
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    Cor I also have very limited wood working skills and tools. So tried to keep it as simple as possible.

    Copied the basic crosman design so that I could cut the butt out of a piece of 16mm ply. Did most of the shapping by hand. Screwed and glued the butt to the existing cp1 pistol grip. Added a bit of filler. Then the final shaping was done on a belt sander
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    Quote Originally Posted by alan decoy View Post
    Cor I also have very limited wood working skills and tools. So tried to keep it as simple as possible.

    Copied the basic crosman design so that I could cut the butt out of a piece of 16mm ply. Did most of the shapping by hand. Screwed and glued the butt to the existing cp1 pistol grip. Added a bit of filler. Then the final shaping was done on a belt sander
    Alan your's looks very professional and I am going to try something similar. I can only hope it will look as good as your's.
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    The Crosman design will do in a dire emergency pinch I suppose but, as someone who has had one of these, they are an ergonomic abomination. Leastways, this was the case on Crosman pistols.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen K View Post
    The Crosman design will do in a dire emergency pinch I suppose but, as someone who has had one of these, they are an ergonomic abomination. Leastways, this was the case on Crosman pistols.
    Never actually handled or seen a crosman stock just looked at pictures and then made it to my dimensions. Seems to work ok on a co2 pistol thats only going to be used for plinking at short range . No point in spending a lot of time effort and money on a stock for a pistol that only cost R1600.

    As a matter of interest shooting off a rest at pistol ranges my HW40 produces slightly better results than the CP1. It's only when it comes to longer ranges and shooting offhand that the CP1 with the butt stock out performs the HW40.
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    Some ideas.




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