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    knifemaker
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    .22 PP-700 with a few mod's. 

    Re-shaped grip, to more match my 1911's, fully stippled, Tuned for high shot count and used for scorpion hunting at night. First summer 1837 Killed. this year, not so many with a total of 730.

    Rocker LDC, ADE B-600 Green 3MM dot Reflex sight, carry clip on action, Lower Picatinny rail with Black Light for hunting the Scorpions mounted.

    Never an issue with the Reg, with many thousands of both factory pellets, hand cast pellets and Hand cast slugs. It is accurate with all of them. Yes, evern the lowly Crosman 14.3 hp's. Only gun I have ever had that is accurate with them.

    For such a low cost gun, it out preforms many high dollar guns. GRRRRRR!!!  

    Knife

    My hand cast segmented vermin Slug. Opens easily at 500 fps. Here, 560 fps from the PP-700 in water jug at 50 yards Expanded to .454". 

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    qball
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    I too am a big PP700 fan! Except mine is in 177, it loves JSB hades and Crosman pointed pellets. Taken a few tree rats with pin point head shots with lowly 7fpe. 
     

    At just over 2lbs with a red dot it’s my backpack gun! Thanks to the PP700 I have no desire to get a edgun Leshiy which in turn saves me over 2000 dollars! LOL! Btw, really like your carrying clip idea! 

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    MikeVV
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    Which one was on the market first, the PP700 or the Kalibrgun, Ocelot ?

    They appear to be much the same gun, just little differences here and their.  I got mine second hand.  Modified the grip to better suit my hand, still needs more though !  And yeah, I agree, accurate and a good time to shoot.

    Mike

     

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    JW652
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    Thanks for the post. Have read about these on the Forums but never shot one. 

    Few questions: are they good to go out of the box; what is the velocity with 14.3 gr. pellets; and, where can I get one?

    BTW, nice Benchmade. Have one in my pocket. Just wish they still used 154 CM.

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    airgunmike56
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    I got the PP 750 more or less the same gun, Will the Carm big magazine fit the PP 700 to?

    Mike

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    Joedirt199
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    PP700 is a single shot with a rolling block breach not a bolt or side lever action. No way to add a mag to the pp700.

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    bambuino
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    I been mightily satisfied with the PP750 I got about a year ago. It's a proven and versatile PCP pistol, taking down rats, mynah, mongoose, FCs and a couple 20lb piglets. Knife's exploits with his PP700 shows the sibling pistol to be just as good a value as one could desire as well. 

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    Hal4son
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    Can you elaborate a little more about hunting scorpions?  Do they glow under black lights?  I'd love to see a video of this! 

    Your pp700 looks really cool…but those slugs…Awesomeness!  What mold do they come out of?  Lots of neat stuff in this post.

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    Ripper
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    Before I bought mine, I heard a lot of people complaining about the trigger. Well I must of got lucky because I adjusted mine down to about 1 1/2 pounds and is fairly Crisp.I haven’t had any issues with it and it shoots great. Well worth the money.

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    JW652

    Thanks for the post. Have read about these on the Forums but never shot one. 

    Few questions: are they good to go out of the box; what is the velocity with 14.3 gr. pellets; and, where can I get one?

    BTW, nice Benchmade. Have one in my pocket. Just wish they still used 154 CM.

    A good place to buy one is from Krale in the Netherlands.That’s where I got mine. They sell the full power model. And you will get it in just a few days. Ask anybody on here how fast they ship. You can buy one from Brian from Airgunarchery in Canada but they sell the low powered version because of their laws up there.You can adjust the trigger the regulator and the Hammer spring.They also sell the optional folding stock For it.I can’t remember exactly what the FPS is, but it is pretty powerful. Just Google it and it will tell you how many FPS.And yes mine was good right out of the box. All I did was clean the barrel and shoot it with 15 Grn JSB And is very accurate. I haven’t shot it past 30 yards yet though.

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    knifemaker
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    The mold is a decked 257420 from Arsenal Bullet Molds that I fully modified. . FPS with the Crosman 14.3 is just over 600 fps. It can easily be tuned much higher. 

    Yep, Scorpions glow much like a chem light. And the same florescent green color. Can't miss them!

    I've been thinking of making a 154-CPM blade for the Bench Made. I have a lot of it. ;<)

    And thanks for the3 compliments Folks!!!

    Knife

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    Long_Gun_Dallas
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    Simple and effective.  The way it should be. 

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    knifemaker
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    Sure are. I would love to see them make the 700 in a carbine of rifle. Sorta like a rolling block pb. ;<)

    I've even toyed with the idea of making a stock and mounting a longer bbl.. I think it would make for a nice light woods walking gun.  

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    MikeVV

    Which one was on the market first, the PP700 or the Kalibrgun, Ocelot ?

    They appear to be much the same gun, just little differences here and their.  I got mine second hand.  Modified the grip to better suit my hand, still needs more though !  And yeah, I agree, accurate and a good time to shoot.

    Mike

     

    Mike, what is the mini reflex you have on it?  I recently put a nice HoloSun 507K on my Les Baer. I was warned that it would take some time learning to transition to a reflex. However, with shooting the 700 for two years with the ADE, the transition was a natural. love a Good Reflex red or green dot. 

    Shown as an example only. Juts imaging it has a co-2 adapter on the bottom of the grip. LOL all mill work for mounting was done my myself. 

    Knife

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    airgunmike56
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    Wow maybe we need to check out all the new sights on pistols I am trying out he see all sights on my 1372

    The hollow gram on my PP750, Some kind of red dot om   no took that off my three pump webley    Put that on my 30 caliber AEA pistol, Kind of

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    Hearkens
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    I hunt pigeons and starlings very reliably to 50 yards shooting JSB 15.9 and H&N terminators. Extremely accurate…ok trigger… very safe (given the exposed hammer) as a “ truck gun” that lives on the Dashboard as I drive farms.

     

     

     

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    knifemaker

    MikeVV

    Which one was on the market first, the PP700 or the Kalibrgun, Ocelot ?

    They appear to be much the same gun, just little differences here and their.  I got mine second hand.  Modified the grip to better suit my hand, still needs more though !  And yeah, I agree, accurate and a good time to shoot.

    Mike

     

    Mike, what is the mini reflex you have on it?  I recently put a nice HoloSun 507K on my Les Baer. I was warned that it would take some time learning to transition to a reflex. However, with shooting the 700 for two years with the ADE, the transition was a natural. love a Good Reflex red or green dot. 

    Shown as an example only. Juts imaging it has a co-2 adapter on the bottom of the grip. LOL all mill work for mounting was done my myself

    Knife

     

    knifemaker –

    While I like and also have a "few" Holosun red / green dot sights myself, the one on my Ocelot above is a "SeeAll" sight.  It works sorta like a cross between a red dot and an iron sight.  It takes a little getting used to, but now that I have, I have three of them.  You can buy with or without Tritium to light the sight for in the dark shooting.  No batteries, tough as hell.  The testing one guy did in YouTube…  He beat the hell out of it…with NO change in impact point.  They have several different methods of attaching the sight to your gun.  They have a new "plate" method that attaches to where a Holosun / RMR would be.  I bought it as a backup for my Sig P-229 in case the Holosun that's on it dies for some reason.

    https://www.seeallopensight.com/products/tritium-night-sights

    Mike

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    MikeVV
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    I ordered a PP700sa from Wes in Canada.  Should be here Friday or Monday.

     

    Mike

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    Hearkens
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    Mike

    that see all looks very cool. Question:

    1. How is it for folks who need reading glasses?

    2. How is the Delta reticle for doing hold over?

    Thanks!

    Brad 

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    Hearkens

    Mike

    that see all looks very cool. Question:

    1. How is it for folks who need reading glasses?

    2. How is the Delta reticle for doing hold over?

    Thanks!

    Brad 

    Salt Lake

    I wear glasses, and have an astigmatism to boot.  The Delta reticle is very clean and crisp, even in low light (with the tritium version). 

    As far as any "hold over", it will work just like iron sights…your best guess !  Like I said above, The SeeAll is a lot like a cross between a red dot and iron sights.  There is no second dot, line or point in which to attain an accurate hold over position.  A single point in which to aim.

    Go to YouTube, there are various videos to watch on how it works, adjustments, and punish-ability.

     

    Mike

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