Easiest to cock non-CO2, non-PCP, non-multi-pump air pistol with 600+fps

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    fe7565
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    Any recommendations for a stock or easy to modify air pistol?

     

    – easiest to cock 21-lbs or less (as in the Benjamin Mark Trail II NP)

    – 600 fps with lead pellets 

    – if multi-pump, first pump should be 600 fps.

    – no PCP or CO2. must be mechanical powerplant

    – under $100 new or used

     

    Thank you!

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    AirNGasman
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    No such thing.

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    fe7565
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    ray1377
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    I would really like to see test with lead pellets before I made up my mind.

    Airgun FPS ratings are usually way over inflated.

    If it does do 600+ FPS it's probably with lightweight pellets.

    Ray

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    Vetmx
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    I have a Benji NP pistol. Real world? It shoots a 7gr pellet 534fps.

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    MDriskill
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    Dream on, pilgrim. 

    The two most powerful spring-piston handguns out there are the Diana P8 and the Beeman P1 (Weihrauch HW 45). But they don’t quite get to 600 FPS, and you won’t be finding one for a hundred bucks. I have no experience with the Diana, but the P1 is of a quality level worth saving your pennies for.

     Not sure why 600 is your magic number, but it won’t do much that 550 won’t do, and these two will manage that handily. If ya gotta exceed 600 a quality light rifle is the answer.

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    fe7565
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    Thanks all. Correct on the counts  pellet weight and 600+ velocity..   The NP II can do over 600fps but only with 5.25 ballistic alloy pellets.   

    https://www.pyramydair.com/blog/2018/05/benjamin-trail-nitro-piston-mark-ii-pistol-part-2/

    Was hoping there was something else out there that at least comes close to 600fps and light cocking effort.

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    fe7565
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    Vetmx….nice looking setup.  What scope you have on it?  What about the shoulder stock?

     

    MDriskill…yes those would be fine, but the price.  Albeit you get more quality for the money.

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    Vetmx
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    It’s a 4x AO springer scope I got from pyramid air mounted on a barrel droop base. I took the gun apart just to sniff around inside because the trigger felt so crude. While it was apart I welded a piece of conduit to the end cap. I initially just tacked it so I could find a comfortable angle. The gun didn’t shoot very well until I found the right pellet. My dad has the Ruger spring version of this gun. The gas ram gun is way smoother. Never shot his through the chronograph.

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    AG72
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    I have this in .22 http://www.hatsan.com.tr/en_mod_25_supercharger.html and it have the power you want, but, it is not easy to cock, it is infact very hard to do so, i let some air out of the gaspiston so now its very nice and have good accurasy within pistolrange, its doing somewhere around 540 ft/s with jsb 15.89, and original it is supposed to be around 700

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