One thing to note as well, if the temperature is lower, the spring if not used for a while (like if your at a game and you camp out the night before) the spring can be stiffer and you might shooter hotter than expected. At BWII there was someone (I think it was Kohaku) who chronied his gun the night before and found he was shooting aprox. 20 FPS higher than what he was expecting and this made his gun shoot too hot for the game, ShaDo who was on hand said that because of the colder temp. the spring was stiffer than normal and provided allot more "spring" than normal, and had to chop a couple coils from the dudes spring as there was no spare spring on hand for a spring change. I can see why this happens, but someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
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