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RWS 350

April 12 2007 at 1:05 PM

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Has anyone tried to tune a 350? Just curious about trying to tame it a little. Anyone know of lighter spring options out there that will work. I contacted JM and they don't have a kit right now.

 
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DremelPilot
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They respond well to a lube tune & a custom(heavier/longer) tophat

April 12 2007, 3:27 PM 

But it actually increases power.
I would try the 37 coil xl spring. A new guide would need to be machined for best results.It should yield mid 700's with that setup. I believe the spring is intended for an R1. I got one in error & the only gun I found it would fit in was the RWS350.It's a big spring but not quit the monster the stock RWS spring is. I know of no "power" spring currently available.

 
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RWS 350

April 12 2007, 7:44 PM 

Larry if you could get someone to make you a tight fitting spring guide and then use JM's tar and moly . If applied correctly I think you would see a big improvement overall. It would be easier to cock,smoother to shoot and still be at full power. Also suggest using only heavier pellets like the Crosman 10.5 Premiers.

MOPARMAN

 
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