and then let the new batch of CP's seat themselves to your rifling.
Sounds strange, but each batch of pellets can differ by a few partial thousandths of an inch
and in using an Edgun, it does make a difference when changing pellets if you clean
the barrel with a good solvent, and allow a hundred or so new batch pellets through it
to let that batch of pellets to "seat" into the rifling. It seems the lead can fill microscopic
imperfections in the lands and groves and affect a particular batch of pellets accuracy
It's quick and easy, so why not give it a try. It's worked before!