is that it be able to make 60 reliable shots (a full match) plus 15-20 sighters. Among the dozen or so 10m CO2 pistols I bought in the 1980s as part of my muzzle brake business, all of them shot +/- 100 times on a bulk fill of CO2.
Shot count being so important, I surmise that all narrowly purposed 10m CO2 match pistols are designed with the lightest, most efficient strikers possible. So, anything lighter may indeed yield no measurable improvement.
Really shouldn't compare a fully developed 10m precision pistol with this general use plinker, for which sharing common parts with rifles for economy is the higher objective.
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