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    Crusher
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    Yes I’ve seen that before. I compliment you on the cool color. And thanks to both of you for the tip.

    Very helpful info because you answered one of the other questions. Which was, if I get it out of alignment and readjust it and the trigger is out of alignment, can I just put it back in place with the clevis adjustment. And the answer is yes :)

    I appreciate the input.

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    Tomiboy
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    Chuck,

    Are you using a heavier hammer weight in the Wildcat? I know you were on the Streamline

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    Yes Tommy I am using a brass 190 grain Hammer weight in my Wildcat, and I am seven and a half turns in on the spring nut. Before using the heavier Hammer weight I was 9 and 3/4 turns in on the nut. Just for your information the original Hammer weight weighed 174.5 grains. And she falls off the reg at 150 bar. That gives me 40 full power deadly accurate shots at an average velocity of 878 feet per second. All the best, Chuck

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    Tomiboy
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    40 shots at 878 with heavies is close to what a Cricket gets with an additional 50ccs of air (350 vs 300). Is it possible to increase the air tube economically, the way Charlie does with Crickets?? That would certainly make a higher shot count easier.

    Is the hammer weight the same dimensions? Just the difference of the weight of brass vs. whatever material it is made of?

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