YOU are a helpful person, and I appreciate that immensely,

February 17 2017 at 9:22 AM
JD  (Login JamesDingle777)

Response to no need for a reg tester, just chrony

but NO, I don't have a Chronograph as of now. I owned 3, I shot 1, sold the other 2 when I got all my PCP's set up right, and all pellet data with spring guns and pellet combos written in journal.
I will buy another chronograph and find BC from 10 to 20 yards, not 25 to 50 and end up shooting one again. I know I need one to do stuff like this, set my first regulator, (thanks to you Robert, I now know how, THANK YOU SIR!) and to tell if a spring or seal is going bad on a spring gun. Yes, as meticulous as I am about shooting I definitely need another Chronograph. In the near future. You saved me $ Robert, thank you.
The only thing is the regulator should be rebuilt while out. And adjusting it requires disassembly every time, which stinks. It's time consuming and you risk nicks on o-rings every time. I'll get my o-ring set for gun and reg, buy a crony, chamfer everything, and get to work. Thank you again. I really appreciate when a fellow air gunner helps to teach the novice. You're a good Man.

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