FX INDEPENDENCE.

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    Which way do you turn that brass knobby thing to increase/decrease power?????????????????????

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    1kshooter
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    clockwise to increase the power mark it where you have it so you have a reference
    Jonathan
     

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    “1kshooter”clockwise to increase the power mark it where you have it so you have a reference
    Jonathan
           MAHALO on that 1.
     

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    1kshooter
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    no worries brother ..what cal did you get? 

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    greg
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    Does not your Independence have the 3 level power adjustment wheel?

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    1kshooter
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    yes they do Greg, this is an adjustment that you have to take the stock off to do…the power wheel has 3 preset low med and high that are not adjustable but if you need to fine tune the speed you can also remove the stock and adjust this other setting to increase or decrees the speed!
    hope this helps? 
    Jonathan 

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    greg
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    Thanks, Jonathan. Sounds useful. Been a while since I took the stock off my Indy.  If it has a similar screw – I’m sure gona play with it.

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    1kshooter
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    haha I am sure it does I will try to get a picture up for you tomorrow if I get a chance 
    Jonathan

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    “1kshooter”no worries brother ..what cal did you get?      .22 I just use it for taking out rabbits and squirrely monsters in my garden.    but if they ever do produce that 70ft pound in .25.  I WILL BE GETTING THAT 1
     

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    Rogvi
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    I got one in 25 and shoots 2 shots jsb king 290ms (70 joule)
    Very happy with it 😊

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    1kshooter
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    wow that is so sweet! …I am thinking that .25 is my next gun either the Independence or a FX bottled version if I can afford the scuba tank and all the fixings lol
    Jonathan

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    That equals out to 45 ft lbs. there Rogvi

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    1kshooter
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    hmm now that you mention that Powershift93 , that is not a heck of a lot more then I have now at 33fpe I would have thought that it would be a little more then that!
    Jonathan

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    Rogvi
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    70 joule = 51.6 ft/lbs

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    1kshooter
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    That sounds more like I was thinking, 50+ fpe puts it in a whole different league hunting wise for me …we have some large varmints here lol
    how many pumps per shot would you say to stay at a certain pressure? with my .22 I need three pumps per shot unless its frigid out then sometimes 4
    I can also get 6 shots off without any point of aim changes 
    Jonathan  

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    1kshooter
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    I would love to own a FX Royal 500 in .22 with the regulator built in regulator it is getting 50 fpe ….but at 1895 Canadian I am going to have to be real ice to the piggy bank for a long……long time and then there is still the gear to charge it sniff sniff lol
    Jonathan

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    Rogvi
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    Royal 500 is only in 25 cal ☺
    400 is in 22.
    I need to pump 5-6 pumps per shot.
    But you can also adjust the gun to shoot 270ms and get 4-5ish shots on a full fill!

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    Like I said there is a 70 PLUS FT LB in [email protected] .25 cal  Independence.  right now the .22 is all I need for pest control.

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    POWERSHIFT93
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    I even dropped a fox  at 30 yards head shot. using .22 [email protected] Baracuda Hunter Extreme.

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    Rogvi
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    I dont think you can get a 70ftlb in a independence!

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