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Artemis PP700SA PcP Pistol

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The PP700SA from SMK is a quality PCP air pistol designed for both beginners and experienced shooters, and provides superb accuracy and precision at all times.
The pistol is powered by compressed air from either a diving bottle or stirrup pump, and the maximum filling pressure is 200 BAR, which ensures the power behind each shot is consistent and high. Filling the pistol is quick and simple through a quick fill probe.
The pistol is cocked through a large hammer at the rear, and once cocked the loading port is rotated to reveal the beginning of the barrel, in which pellets are directly loaded. When fired with the 2 stage trigger, the hammer strikes the valve to send the pellet down the barrel.
The pistol grip is made from a hard synthetic polymer and textured for maximum grip at all times. The barrel is made from steel and is precision rifled for excellent accuracy. A full length shroud covers this barrel to both reduce the muzzle report, and strip away turbulent air as the pellets leave.

Length : 400 mm
Barrel length : 210 mm
Weight : 860 g
Mag. Capacity : 1
Approx Power : 5.5 ft/lbs
Ammo Type : .177 Pellet
Shot Per Fill : 30


Rail Size:
20mm (Weaver/Picatinny)
Ammo Type:
  • .22 Lead Pellet
  • .177 Lead Pellet
Pistol Type:
Pcp (Charge from Dive Bottle)
Whats Included:
Impressive 5.5ftlb!!


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