My statement "it's physics" was in response to Styrak's constantly telling me the same thing. And although chemistry is the study, physical properties are at play here. Thank you for the detailed explanation though, you made things much clearer than I could have, and I use to work with propane. However I stand by my statement that propane in liquid form can come in higher pressures. I believe I read that depending on it's purpose, propane can be acquired at higher compression; which I do remember from my course. I have consistently had guns shoot hotter on green gas as well. What's your thoughts on that point? Better yet, has anyone had the same or differing experiences with propane versus green gas FPS wise? And if so what brands did you use?
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