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Worthwhile semi-automatic PCP air pistol?

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Post by pgg 4/24/2020, 2:19 pm

I have a scuba tank, regulator, etc for charging a PCP rifle. The idea of getting a PCP pistol is growing on me. While there are plenty of crappy semi-auto BB guns in Glock-ish form, I don't see any quality pellet-slinging target pistols that are semi-auto.

I have a FAS6004 (single shot air pistol) which I use for practice in my home. There's a nice range set up in the living room, shooting through the kitchen, into a 22 trap in the laundry room. I have a very tolerant wife. No holes in the wall yet.

The FAS6004 is great for practice, but I sometimes find myself wishing I could go through the motions of timed and rapid strings. Work on shot process, the mental game, some motor memory, trigger control, even though maybe the complete absence of recoil would make the experience less transferrable to a centerfire gun.

Anything suitable for bullseye practice in the semi-auto PCP airgun market?

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Post by zanemoseley 4/24/2020, 2:21 pm

The Steyr LP50 is the only one I would consider.

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Post by dronning 4/24/2020, 2:27 pm

zanemoseley wrote:The Steyr LP50 is the only one I would consider.
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Post by machinist mike 4/24/2020, 5:13 pm

You may want to think of the LP-5 also. It's CO2 powered, but probably a little less expensive than the pcp version. The only thing additional you would need is a bulk CO2 tank.  Believe me, a 20 lb will last you forever!! Just be sure to get a siphon feed tank so you fill the cylinders with liquid CO2 rather than gas,

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