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    scoutscope
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    I would love to get a pcp repeater pistol. The ataman looks perfect, the budget looks more like pp750 or similar. I'd like a magazine fed pp700 basically. Whichever the exact model, I need advice on a vendor who stocks these and is reputable. Any good advice?

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    Ripper
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    Check Krale In the Netherlands. I bought my PP 700 there.Go on their website and see if they have a PP 750 in stock. It’ll take a whole 3 to 4 days to receive it. Lightning fast shipping from Europe.The ones that you can buy in Canada are lower powered because of their laws.

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    scoutscope
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    No dice. That was the one place I thought to look, but there is none in stock. I'm also open to suggestions on pistols in a similar price range.

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    Glem.Chally
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    Wes at airgunarcheryfun.ca is a dealer but in Canada.  Has 700s, 800s and 750s.  They're 500fps guns but easy to bump up to USA power specs.

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    Terryb00
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    @scoutscope,

    FWIW,  here's a link for another forum, for a PP750.

    http://www.airguns.net/classifieds/show_ad.php?adNum=206093&adSort=&StartingAd=0&NumberOfPages=3

    Seller has been around the forums for a while.

     

     

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    scoutscope
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    I'll probably contact Wes about when he might get some.

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    MikeHunt
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    scoutscope

    I'll probably contact Wes about when he might get some.

    Wes is THE MAN!

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    scoutscope
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    I'm not having any luck finding pistols in stock. I hope to hear back from airgunarcheryfun soon. With any luck they will restock soon. I'm not finding any similar pistols in this price range either. I'd love to hear from the pistol guys here if I have options at this price.

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    boscoebrea
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    What about a Marauder pistol ,known as a Prod..a 22 repeater that has more options than a PP-750.

    I have both,I like the way the Artemis PP-750 fits my hand,but my Prods have a lot more choices on how I want to customize them,plus getting parts for Prod is a Whole lot easier.

    Wes is great to deal with,have you went to their web site ,when I went  the PP-750 was in stock….now-a-days you gotta act fast,like they say," here today gone tomorrow".

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    scoutscope
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     I like the lever action, thats a deal breaker for me. I also like that its shorter. I don't need a buttstock, but I'll live with it. I saw a nice reximex without a stock, but it was way more.

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    Fish4life
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    why are these so hard to find, are they no longer being made? i too have been looking

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    MikeVV
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    I just bought some things from Wes myself.  Possibly buying more Friday or Monday.

    Nice guy, easy going.

     

    Mike

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    scoutscope
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    I got a chance to speak with Wes myself. He's very friendly and helpful. As to why there are no us importers, I'm curious. These snow peak guns are popular. If you could import them, you could sure sell them. The biggest problem getting them from our Northern neighbors seems to me to be the lack of supressor type stuff due to legalities. I'm trying to figure it out as I go.  I'd like to see the Reximex guns here also. They look promising

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    kkarmical
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    scoutscope
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    That's an interesting pistol, unfortunately it's quite a bit more than the pp750.

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    Guywithagun
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    These guys show them in stock.

    https://canadashootingsupply.ca/product-category/air-pistols/

    I have no experience with them. I purchased a pp750 from Wes a few months ago. Having fun with it. 

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    scoutscope
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    Good find. I'm thinking I looked at that outfit a few days ago and they didn't have any. I'm currently working with Wes on getting one. Fingers crossed

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    Hawkeye51
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    Get one from Wes and look up this thread on Google :  "Artemis tear down & tune up." It will have all the info  you need to modify the pistol any way you want. They are one of the easiest pcp pistols around to take apart & work on. I recommend the 22 over the 177. Wes has some accessories & spare parts if ever needed. 

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    scoutscope
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    I'm a tinkerer. My first instinct is to open her wide up and tune for power. I'm going to try it out as is though. If it's consistent, I'm not looking for mad power. I am satisfied with bullpups filling my need for compact powerful guns. I'm looking for cheap pistol practice. I love these pcp guns, I have all the goodies to fill, so this pistol as an open sighted, unstocked pistol seems to be a good choice for me. Especially because they can be made quiet cheaply and without legal challenge. I'm just one page into that thread Hawkeye, and its already offered a lot to think about. If the extreme spread isn't sexy, I see lots of ideas on this pistol. I look forward to devouring all the info and threads on this little pistol. Thanks for a nudge in the right direction.

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    scoutscope
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    Does anyone know the thread size on the front sight end of the shroud?

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