Reply To: Why doesn't anyone make a non-magnum nitro piston gun?
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Overseas versions of the nitro piston have a bleed hole in the piston cylinder, I am sure if you spoke with someone overseas they would either swap you for a high power version or tell you the size of hole, and location to drill it. I have to say though, I am fairly impressed with my the NP1 Nitro versions as far as consistency and power levels go. You can always get heavier pellets to manage recoil, and FPS goals. The cocking effort would and overall recoil is ultimately dictated by barrel length, and recoil dampened best by heavier models. It seems any consistency issues I have had were resulting from crapola scopes.