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Pellet Breaking Point between ....

June 8 2012 at 12:36 PM
Hector Alfaro  (Login H.Alfaro)

...the benefits of a fast firing cycle & the effect of this feature upon your chosen ammo.If your airgun has a long lock time it's possible that your reaction time on your part could cause a degree of inaccuracy.And on the other hand having a superfast lock-time might lead to flyers as the ammo folds under the excessive strain.So the ideal situation is finding the right pellet so there's a fine balanced reached between the speed of the pellet and the integrity type of pellet used.Tweaking my competition air rifles in an effort find the right combination is not easy with some really bad pellets that I've tested lately.I guess that why Crosman Premier pellets were invented.Have any other airgunners run across some BAD pellets lately? TKZ.

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