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SMK TH78d t.r robbs tuned

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by brit solder, May 23, 2015.

  1. brit solder

    brit solder Member

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    Hi im new to this forum I got a question and would be grateful for any feed back does any one on here have a TH78D with the t.r robs tune kit I have one which I recently tuned with the t.r robs kit I am using H&N FTT pellets does any body have any advice on what would be another good pellet to use with this co2 rifle that's a little cheaper than H&N.
     
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    If it's a .22 I hope you have a Chrono to hand.
    I use JSB's in mine. What works in one barrel doesn't mean it will work in another. Trial and error is the only way. Buy a couple of sample packs so you don't spend a fortune on expensive pellets that give shotgun patterns. You really need to have Bisley Magnums for testing purposes as these will give the highest FPE so you know if the rifle is going over power.
    If you want to know everything thing about your gun and what it will do join UKCAF.
     
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    .22 Superdome's work very well in mine , but as said above you need to check the power over a chrono ,
     
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    ok i was thinking rws superdornes yer i tested it its ok 11 foot pounds what about bisley magnum or are these to heavy
     
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    Bis Mags are 21 grain. What temperature have you tested at. 10 degrees warmer will add 1fpe more to the power level. The heavy magnum will push the power up by another 1fpe at least, so you may be over power already.
     
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    Relly I keep this in mind then I new to air rifles not shooting but air rifles and i didn't know pellets could rise the power thank you for that very useful advice
     

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