I don't have a crony and am wondering if there is any kind of a hill billey test to get a guess on fps. My gun is a .22 and the only pellet it likes is the Beeman Kodiac. I have not tried to adjust any thing but it does not seem like the pellet is traveling very fast as I can hear the pellet strike the target which is set up at 25 yards. If the gun came from the factory set at 700 fps then the pellet should strike the target in about 1/10 of a second. Can you hear 1/10 of a second?
Does anyone think a .22 cal Marauder shooting 21 gr Kodiacs can be set to shoot about 925 to 900 fps? Thanks Mike
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