a .177CPH,and still get good accuracy? I've been told that the Crosman CPH pellets like to run at 800-850fps. (the sweet spot). Can you go above this,and still keep tack driving accuracy? My Mrod is set up to shoot a CPH (10.5gr) at 851fps.and is a "one holer". I've ran the numbers in chair gun,and the trajectory dosen't really improve that much,at 900fps.(about 1/8 inch at 50yds.)but it does improve on the fpe. I shoot the gun mostly for hunting purposes (birds,squirrels,ect) so the fpe increase might help? As it's setup now it's developing 16.9 fpe. Any advice will be appreciated. Ron
This message has been edited by rks1949 on Mar 3, 2010 10:32 AM
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