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Old June 26th, 2011, 22:00   #2
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When you receive your "hot" rifle, check inside the box for a second spring. If there is one, it is likely the "stock" spring for the rifle. Swap out the "hot" spring in the rifle for the "stock" spring. The rifle's muzzle velocity should drop to anywhere between 340 to 370 fps (0.2 g BBs).

An M100 spring should shoot approximately 300 fps (give or take) under normal conditions.

Terminology note: Velocity (speed) is in fps. Rate of Fire (RoF) is the number of rounds that can be fired in a fixed period of time (e.g., BBs/s, rounds per minute); RoF is not speed related.
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