Started by quickster47 †, March 25, 2013, 03:59:47 PM
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Quotei didn't have a chrono so i never new how well this worked
Quote from: BerkshireHunter on April 14, 2013, 04:00:04 AMJust stumbled on this, great testing. Never thought the different probes would make that much difference. (And I thought a stock 2240 was closer to 450 fps) Each gun's different.
Quote from: splat on July 10, 2013, 05:53:22 PMJust found this, VERY interesting and thanks for all your work.It seems to me that the perfect answer would be for someone at Crosman to design a gun where the bolt is the valve/gas store.pull bolt back and it connects at rear to accept a charge of gas, push forward and lock. then bolt contains one shot worth of gas.No transfer port to snag, no directing gas through two 90 degree turns to get it behind pellet.lol who knows one day they may make the perfect gun (probably the day before they become obsolete in favour of laser blasters).again thank you. ATB.
Quote from: sshewins on November 05, 2013, 04:31:32 AMHey Carl, thinking in terms of cavitation of airflow, how does this idea sound. A hollow probe, BUT, instead of just drilling it per se, use a round dremmel type bit and only going as far as necessary to meet up with the port opening. Basically, like porting and polishing on a hot rod engine. My minds eye has a perfectly smooth air pathway. Take more work to do, but perhaps the benefits would be similar to your oil can set up, and slightly more practical.