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Offline WMassShooter

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Lower temps & co2 - fewer shots, slower shots or both?
« on: April 17, 2010, 09:17:59 AM »
Hi All-

Just got a new Custom Shop .177 2400KT with 18" barrel. Ordered and delivered in just 8 days!

45 F today -- yes it's cool but I couldn't wait any longer!

Loud and accurate. Under dime size groups at 10m, w/ gamo match.

I'm getting about 35 good shots before the POI changes.

When it warms up to 50s-60s this week, can I expect any MORE shots or will they just be faster?

Thanks.  -HL
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RE: Lower temps & co2 - fewer shots, slower shots or both?
« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2010, 10:18:00 AM »
More shots and more FPS..
As it warms up the Co2 will exspand giving
more volume to fill the valve.

pete
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