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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 5:02 pm 
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Disclaimer: This rifle is not a PAL rated firearm but you must be 18+ to order.

Hi Guys,
Here is a great option for someone wanting to get into pcp! Regulated with a lane regulator to just under 500fps. Sure to get 100+ shots per fill.
I've only got 5 regulators and at least one spoken for so first come first serve =), or first speak first get!
This has the Canadian version CR600W transfer port and and breech, barrel, hammer, hammer spring and stock. Only the tube and valve are different than the co2 version. It is labelled CR600W on the breech. $295 if you order emt through my email Wesleyb@airgunarcheryfun.ca
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https://airgunarcheryfun.ca/artemis-mul ... le-cr600w/

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 7:06 pm 
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Well good news and other news, lol.
Good news is I shot 120 shots and quit before fps started dropping!
The other news is I don't have it tuned quite right cause once it fell off the reg around shot 100, it started shooting over 500fps the last 20 shots or so. Bummer. So that means I need a smaller transfer port cause I don't think this reg goes any lower, since I asked them to set it at the minimum. Guess the stack could be changed to lower pressure. I'll have to do further tuning. Wow though! Looks like a person could get 130+ shots!

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:40 pm 
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Wouldn't a weaker hammer spring be an easier fix? Or is the pressure too high for a weaker spring to overcome.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:05 pm 
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That's right, a weaker spring will just make it slower on the reg, then off the reg it will still climb. If I make the spring so weak it's under 500fps off reg then it will be around 440fps on the reg.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:25 pm 
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Finally got this regulator set low enough! Glad to see it can be set lower. It had to be turned down a revolution and a half, so a long way! Also put a Cp1-M hammer spring in so this gun should now be more efficient than ever. I was past 120 shots before and hadn't slowed down so I don't even want to think about shooting a full string. I'm guessing 150 shots or 140 anyway!
I'm getting a little tired of testing lol, gone through 3 tins of pellets in the last week or so and too many hours.
Cheers, hope someone grabs one of these!

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:31 pm 
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Forgot to mention it's shooting between 480-90 now.

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wesb2007 wrote:
Forgot to mention it's shooting between 480-90 now.

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Does it start at 480 and climb to 490 or so then drop back or does it peak at 480-490?

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wesb2007 wrote:
Forgot to mention it's shooting between 480-90 now.

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Hi Wes, looks very insteresting. Just one question, does it have a pressure gauge mounted on the bottom like the Diana Stormrider?

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wesb2007 wrote:
Forgot to mention it's shooting between 480-90 now.

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Does it start at 480 and climb to 490 or so then drop back or does it peak at 480-490?
Hi! I haven't yet shot a full string since getting it adjusted so I'll do that and post it here.
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wesb2007 wrote:
Forgot to mention it's shooting between 480-90 now.

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Hi Wes, looks very insteresting. Just one question, does it have a pressure gauge mounted on the bottom like the Diana Stormrider?

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No it doesn't, as mentioned earlier, the regulator goes where the gauge would normally go, and the wood stock also has no hole for the gauge. As long as you fill it before a shooting session, with well over 100 shots, I suppose a gauge isn't really necessary, although its always nice to have a gauge. If that is something you feel would be needed, the gauge can still be added. I have some gauges and gauge blocks. It'd mean less shots and another hole in the tube to cut orings on but it's an option, for a cost =).



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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 10:34 pm 
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For comparison, the Stormrider is $289 plus shipping at one store in Canada (out of stock), so this one for $295 shipping included is a great deal, imo, as the regulator is over $100 to order from Lane regulators, if you buy one at a time.

I'll post a full string asap. =)


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So is this essentially a CR600W (co2) that has been converted to HPA with a different tube and regulator?
I don't think the Stormrider is regulated so that would the advantage of this one.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 14, 2018 11:54 pm 
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Yeah! It's got a pcp tube from the Storm Rider, and a Lane Regulator. Here is 140+ shot string. Regulator is not quite settled in yet, or something, but it wants to shoot in that 480+ range how it is tuned at the moment. Crazy amount of shots at this velocity! Will have to see if I can get it to shoot more consistently as some of the shots shown here as 500 are still going over the limit.
Hopefully this chart shows up.
FPS
500,487,481,484,492,482,475,473,473.473,475,471,467,491,471,495,474,470,470,477,472,470,472,473,475,486,477,485,476,482, 473,473,467,477,481,485,491,500,500,480,484,481,479,498,495,500,498,500,498,495,500,483,483,482,486,486,480,474,487,476, 483,488,476,480,477,480,476,478,482,500,488,471,500,487,482,487,480,481,478,478,482,476,483,500,481,499,482,480,488,488, 483,482,482,478,475,480,482,482,478,489,485,480,482,490,477,486,483,480,479,478,480,475,482,485,475,480,484,497,484,479, 479,484,481,471,484,488,472,478,471471,477,470,466,465,470,485,470,480,483,484,473,478,480,481,482,478,490,485,481,480, 489,489,490,497,490,485,481,483,480,488,500,485,494,494,485,478,460,450,447,448


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 7:42 pm 
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Fixed up the extreme spread by turning back up the regulator and putting a smaller transfer port in. Now it's shooting in the 480-490 fps range and looking good!
This is a great option for those that don't have a PAL or want a gift for their son or daughter and are looking for a pcp. I don't know of many other options at less than 500fps, and even regulated. 140 shots ain't anything to sneeze at either, lol!

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