I've been shooting in the desert for the past 12 years now
with springers, rams, Co2's, and pumpers, all shoot with zero
problems. The only thing I do different is only shoot Co2's and
rams in the heat. In extreme heat(100+ degrees) the moly in the springers tend to
"melt" because of the heat and will run past the piston seal causing dieseling.
So to stop this from happening, always put the rifle in the car with the barrel pointing
up when not shooting, and always point the barrel up when cocking the gun.
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