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V-Mach Spring Kits

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ukstevengill, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. ukstevengill

    ukstevengill Member

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    I have been given a V-Mach tuning kit for my AA TX200SR. The problem is my rifle is .22 and the kit is for .177. It is for the correct model etc, but will it fit my .22? if so, will it make it over 12ftlbs or will it be under powered?

    Advice please!!

    Cheers
     
  2. Murphy

    Murphy Well-Known Member

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    It will go over. :D
     
  3. Elmer Fudd

    Elmer Fudd Member

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    Hmmmm

    Guaranteed FAC!!
     
  4. David

    David Engaging Member

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    springs for a .177 are stronger and produce more recoil than a .22 spring this is so because the .177 has a smaller bore compared to a .22 hence needs more power to move the pellet. This basic explanation gives the whole process discredit but it is important to fit the right spring to your gun. springer's are relatively complex in there workings and sensitive to changes that you make to them so you should be totally sure that know what your doing or simply take it to a gun smith if your unsure
     

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