Firing pot length

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John814ce
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Re: Firing pot length

Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:53 pm

Yes i do remove the anti tampers and this is so i can take care and service my gun my self as most of us do, this is to save paying a gun smith or sending it back to the factory, there is nothing wrong with that. And of course you need to chronograph it to check the power is not exceeding 12ftlbs, no im not taking this a an argument with you at all sorry if it came across like that, and I'm really grateful for the advise, i have re checked my power today with jsb heavys purchased from my local gun club and made sure its not over 12 ftlbs from 160-125 bar its now highest read is 11.97 ftlb at 722 fps. And now the jsb exact diabolo 8.4gn are 11.34 ftlbs which im happy with that anyways. Thanks, btw i use 4.52mm there are pellet on pellet.

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tonyc
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Re: Firing pot length

Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:29 pm

Roger5 wrote:
Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:49 pm
... hope your still looking after my rifle xx
Of course! Waiting on you for the next one ;)

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TenMetrePeter
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Re: Firing pot length

Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:02 am

I would not go anywhere near 11.9 myself.
You can do anything with 11 that you can do with 12
S400 MPR Precision 10m with TMP alloy stock.

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John814ce
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Re: Firing pot length

Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:34 am

Thats with the heaviest pellet bear in mind, it was 12.15 ftlbs from factory with barracuda match 10.64gn at 130 bar ish

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