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    Hi, I am drawn to the new wolverine 2 HP with the carbon fibre tank in .22, but am slightly put off by the relatively poor shot count in comparison to my FX Bobcat .25 and FX rifles in general.  My Bobcat in High power gives me over 40 good shots but the Wolverine HP in .22, only gives 28 or so.  I wonder if anyone else has had success in backing off the hammer spring to lower the Wolverines power from 60ft/lbs down to approx 35ft/lbs?  If so, how good an effect did this have on flattening the power curve?  Thanks.
     

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    I don’t know about the Wolverine, but the Renegade doesn’t have an adjustable HST. I guess you could cut the spring, or replace the spring with a weaker one, but there is no screw adjustment…

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    Found this interesting video on wolverine adjustments https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-zR2UBfCJDE.  27mins in, shows how to adjust hammer 

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    Why go with the HP version, as it is exactly the opposite to what you want?  They already make the lower fpe version.

    Knife

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    I try to go with whatever version is available on New Zealand :). For example,  34grain pellets nd fX Impacts are not allowed

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    GRRRRRRR!!!

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    Taking out the removable weight that is in the hammer will help 
    you will also need to probably go with a lighter spring also . 

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    “D-RIG”Taking out the removable weight that is in the hammer will help 
    you will also need to probably go with a lighter spring also . 

    
Thanks I appreciate your help +1

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    “D-RIG”Taking out the removable weight that is in the hammer will help 
    you will also need to probably go with a lighter spring also . 

    
Thanks I appreciate your help +1

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