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when a TX is shooting well its hard to beat for FT

December 19 2010 at 11:07 AM

Response to Re: The NPSS

i think the wear on the rear ring may influence accuracy because the piston will not run the same way on every shot. I have gotten some good advice on the diana forum as to the problem. the cocking slot cuts a little groove on every cycle because the piston is designed turns every time you shoot itand a new little groove gets cut. this can be dealt with my dulling the cocking slot inside edges.

if you are asking if an NPSS can be used for Ft i really am not familiar with the gun and its qualities. Of course you can shoot it but i don't know how competative it would be.

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