CP33 color options so far?

Discussion in 'CP33 22 LR Semi-auto Pistol' started by ThomasDDX, Jul 28, 2020.

  1. ThomasDDX

    ThomasDDX Member

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    Anyone have a list of colors the CP33 has been produced in so far?

    I'd like to pick up a burnt bronze but then I saw a PMR-30 in black camo and thought I might want to hold out for something like that.
     
  2. silverback

    silverback Well-Known Member

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    I have only seen black and tan or fde.
     

  3. silverback

    silverback Well-Known Member

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    Just saw a green on classic firearms
     
  4. Cokeman

    Cokeman Active Member

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    Sportsman’s Warehouse in Provo has had bronze ones for a while. Are you an where near Provo?
     
  5. Uncle Dan

    Uncle Dan Member

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    I am new here. Just joined. Wondering if there is an option to limit the rounds in a CP33
     
  6. Uncle Dan

    Uncle Dan Member

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    I know that might seem like an odd request but, I am going to Colorado for small game and grouse in September and they limit capacity to 15 rounds.
     
  7. silverback

    silverback Well-Known Member

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    At first I thought seriously. High capacity is what this gun is all about. Lol!!

    If you havent purchased yet maybe the p17 would be a better option?

    If you have I havent heard of anyone limiting rounds.

    I guess you could insert small wood dowels in mag.

    Cant wait for everyone's ideas.
     
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  8. Uncle Dan

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    First off thanks for the reply. Well, I have the Glock 44 but, wanted to use my CP33 because I have a Red Dot and more importantly the Farrow Tech brace. Puting a dowl in is a good idea. I might just give that a try
     
  9. silverback

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    I have the sb 1913 brace with holosun 407c. Love this thing. I have been trying to find someone to make a 10.5 barrel for it. I think it would end up being lighter than a ruger charger and the mags would be easier to stow.

    If i cant get a barrel made than I will keep the charger and get a franklin armory binary trigger.
    That should be a whole lot of 22lr fun.
     
  10. Uncle Dan

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  11. Uncle Dan

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    I have a Charger too. I put a pistol brace on it. It is great but honestly the CP is far more reliable. Not saying the Ruger is bad. The CP33 will just take a ton of rounds suppressed and keep on going. My only concern about a longer barrel is more rounds would be supersonic if you are into cans. I can shoot the CCI small game loads that are rated at 1300 fps and stay subsonic 90% of the time. My 10" Charger is supersonic with that load.
     
  12. silverback

    silverback Well-Known Member

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    I havent gotten into suppressors yet. It was going to be my next investment. Good info to know. Funny my 1022 when clean I'll run like a raped ape. Again havent run suppressed yet. Have you chrono'd the cp33 yet. Sounds like the 5 inch barrel is not get round up to speed. I
     
  13. silverback

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    Yeah ballistics by the inch shows about 100 fps loss out of five inch barrel. So they are practically standard to sub velocity ranges .
     
  14. Uncle Dan

    Uncle Dan Member

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    Right
     
  15. BJK

    BJK Well-Known Member

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    The CP is more reliable than the Charger??? I'd change ammo. I run a Charger SBR in competition and I NEVER get malfunctions. Having written that I'll probably start getting them now. But in 2 years no malfunctions. I keep it oiled and clean after every few matches. It stays so clean I've been thinking of cleaning it once a year.

    I'd run the arm braced CP33 in competition but it's just not competition legal. If I changed nothing on it but had the tax stamp in hand it would be OK. My times are better with the CP33 and arm brace.

    Edit: before anyone mentions it... I don't get malfunctions with the CP33 either unless it's dirty and I run really low velocity CCI ammo in it. For that it must be freshly cleaned and lubed. But normal ammo? No malfunctions with what it likes.
     
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  16. Uncle Dan

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    Yeah don't get me wrong my Ruger Charger is reliable but, not as reliable as my CP. Honestly the only failures I have had with the CP is a couple of dud rounds that didn't fire and some hickups putting the first round into battery. Now that hardly ever happens but, I have quick work around
     
  17. Ben Jack

    Ben Jack Member

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    Jul 3, 2020
    My favorite color for the CP33 is OD Green. Why? Bc thats the one I have
     

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  18. Uncle Dan

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  19. Uncle Dan

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    Guys,
    Just in case anybody is interested. I came up with a great solution to limit my mags to make them Colorado legal. The little steel rod that divides the two double stacks....I cut a piece of 1/4" brake line. It is made out of a plastic/rubber and the hole on the inside is a snug fit over that rod. Worked perfect.
    Dan
     
  20. silverback

    silverback Well-Known Member

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