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What happens if a PCP's pressure gets down too far?

April 9 2012 at 8:28 PM
  (Login gy954)
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I want to make sure about this....

If I shoot a PCP's pressure down too far I run the risk of having a pellet jam in the barrel. In fact, it's inevitable. Now AFAIK, that's the only problem I should encounter, yes? (Actually, I ought to notice the increasing downward curve of the pellet before that happens.)

Because I'm not 100% certain about that statement, I don't want to experiment with one of my rifles unless I get validation from folks here more knowledgeable than I. That means most of you. happy.gif

Thanks.

 
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