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    Posted: 18 Dec 2021 at 7:37pm
Good evening all,

Thought I should share my latest custom build I've done to a CR600w.

Picked this little beauty up recently and used it for my annual starling shoot around the house. somewhere the tally on starlings from this rifle is around 30 over the last month. 

This is really a brilliant rifle as is but decided to tinker. out of the box with Gun Cities .22 Javelin spear tip 15.74gr pellets I was getting an average of 508fps, I've drilled the internals out to 4.5mm and now achieving and average of 585fps. 

Next was a custom Carbon Fiber barrel shroud with an adapter to fit 1/2"x20 suppressors threads, I have fitted a Stealth .22 rimfire suppressor which does make it a little quieter than the factory one. 

Also I've made a bulk co2 adapter which has a quick release fitting for a 9oz paintball tank for more accurate shot strings. I do have a HPA tank to try through this running 1500psi at the regulator. 

See photos below. 










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Nice work.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dvlnme Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Dec 2021 at 10:29am
nice mate,these are great little co2 rifles and do allso come as pcps,so will make an excellent hpa conversion,just a word of warning for those without firearms licence,that once converted to hpa this rifle then legally becomes a pcp rifle,but for those with licence the hpa conversion is the way to go as it can quite significantly increase the power out put if wanted,nice job on rifle sounds like those starlings taking a hammering from it too.
 cheers mike 
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Wow,great stuff mate...would love that bulk fill system myself,the one made for me doesn't work and has a big hose an stuff to it.looks good dude!
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Thanks for that. The bulk fill improves the constancy hugely. I haven't fired over the chrony since the mods and will do over the next week.

Took another 3 starlings over the weekend but there are 1000's of them flocking on the paddocks at the moment.

I've stretched it out to 40m but waiting for a new scope to turn up to fully ballistic calculate the range.

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