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Gamo RSV

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Deker, Dec 19, 2007.

  1. Deker

    Deker Active Member

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    OK my lads has recently bought one of these and I'm getting the usual ***p from the dealer. This thing is only doing 10ft lb on a good day when everyone (including Gamo) rate it a 16j (12ft lb). The dealer keeps telling me its 11.8 on his chrono...rubbish...I have tried 11 different pellets and only a couple of times it's been over 10.

    Anyway, the question is, can anyone give me some advice what to do in order to get it as close to 12 as possible please.

    Cheers

    Deker
     
  2. topcat

    topcat Posting Addict

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    gamo

    get in touch with the gammo importer
     
  3. Deker

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    Any idea who they are and/or any contact details???

    Cheers
     
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    what are you going to get it up by? 1.5ftlbs?

    i doubt it's worth the hasle it probably wont make any differnence
     
  5. Deker

    Deker Active Member

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    Ho.... Ho..... Ho...... I suspect if you had the chance to increase the size of your p***k by 20% you would be keen to try!
     
  6. Rockabilly

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    how many pellets have you put through it?
    it will take at least 2 tins to run the gun in which usually
    makes the power increase;)
     
  7. a1gunner

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    all i'm saying is it's nothing to get stressed about.
    try a few thousand pellets first let the gun settle and make sure the stock fixing screws are on tight
     
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    stop using my patter:rolleyes:
     
  9. Deker

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    Ok Guys...perhaps we could be getting somewhere. Its 35 years since I bought a new Springer so you recon it could all take a bit of bedding in! My last was a PCP about 7 years ago and I seem to recall it took little or no bedding in...but then again the whole operating system is a bit different! Any tips for perhaps speeding up this running in process?

    Real trouble is this gun is my lads, he is used to my FAC PCP, my rimmy, my centrefires and my shotguns so he is a bit ticked off he is only running 9.5-10ft lb.

    Cheers

    Deker
     
  10. Rockabilly

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    the only way to speed up this proccess is to have the gun tuned but it will cost you:(
     
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    he's a big enough 1 of them already:D
     

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