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Thread: Semi-auto CO2 pistol competitions.

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    Semi-auto CO2 pistol competitions.

    Looking for advice. Are there competitions for semi-auto CO2 pistols, can they be tuned for accuracy, and if so where can I find out about that?

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    I have a Drulov DU10 5 shot semi auto which was designed for competition use. Uses 12 grm CO2 and can also be easily bulk filled. These pistols are quite common and often come up for sale at around 250 complete with case and accessories. They are extremely accurate and need no further work to improve accuracy.

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    Steyr LP50 match pistol, five shot (air not co2), technically its self-indexing not self-loading, accurate to the nth degree and only 1932!!

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    Competition wise I suspect your out of luck, unless you join a club that runs it's own league. There are no national leagues that I am aware of that run rapid fire comps.

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    Not sure of any leagues but have a look at IPAS .
    Alternatively check out Umarex boys club . They do competitions.

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    some old Steyr LP5's were Co2. I recall there was somewhere in Yorks did Std Pistol with air pistol.Also Bisley.
    I heard some DU10's had on occasion the ability to shoot burst fire,which would be good for rapid fire comps!!
    Last edited by craig9mm; 15-05-2022 at 10:24 AM.

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