Who does does dieseling

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    Laramie
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    Just wondering what kind of speeds your getting

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    JimNM
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    FWIW, most serious airgun enthusiasts frown upon the practice of purposly causing dieseling in an air gun.  Once you introduce combustion, you no longer have an air gun, rather, you now have a firearm.

    Pellets do not fly well in the transonic region.  It is a fool's errand to push pellets past 1200 FPS., Imho.

     

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    addertooth
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    The first .22 caliber break barrel magnum air rifle I got dieseled rather badly for the first 20 shots.  It was fired for the first time at night, and a small yellow flame was seen, along with a supersonic crack of the pellet.   My stepson thought the flash and smoke, with the supersonic crack was cool… but I knew it wasn't as cool as it looked.  I was glad when it stopped doing it.  

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    Laramie
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    So neither of you know what kind of speeds you were getting before and after

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    JimNM
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    You are not getting the hint.  We don't support people who choose to diesel their guns.  You won't get that kind of help here, because it is not an airgun technique.  Burning oil is combustion, and combustion is for FIRE ARMS.

     

    BOYAH!  Asked and answered.  Twice.

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    Laramie
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    Sigh…you said we like you answer for everyone….you some kind of of king….if you can't answer my question why don't you move along…I'm not trying to argue with you…you may not support but guarantee someone in here has played around with it…and no you did not answer my question twice….you only have your opinion…which means absolutely nothing to me…..so….I'm still looking for an answer king him….obviously from someone other than you…but thanks anyway

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    Trailryder42
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    Your question is Who does dieseling. On purpose……no one here that I know of or have read about. You seem to be the first.

    From what I've read of the folks here, they avoid dieseling, because such combustion pressures are hard on air gun components not designed for it. And given the price some of these folks pay for their airguns, I don't blame them.

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    spysir
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    The ? was " who does does dieseling"  rather reminded me of some kind oif ninja question in the tag line.

     Has "anyone" tried achieving this, I'm certain.  Is it a good idea that any rational airgunner would try, no. 

    It does not take much imagination to figure out how to create this condition but I personally dont want to help anyone try to get injured. In the past there have been springers intentionally designed to diesel, injection and everything. There were ruled firearms and went away.  If you really "need" numbers for this you might try researching such designs.

     

     Every responsible airgunner here is trying to AVOID said condition, I would be very surprised to hear real chrony numbers on a string from such. If you hear a crack you are above sonic, and missing the target.

     

    John

     

    Jim, whats up with you? Dont even know the fellow and you still want them to keep all their fingers & eyes. Nice of you to take the time to send a PM trying to help.

     

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    JimNM
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    No PM from me, all up front, out here in the open for all to see… Tried to be nice, but is not working.  Thanks alll the same.

     

    Shoot em well, guys

     

     

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    ChuckHunter
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    Wow dude,

    Sounds like you need to go to Utube and find other dip shits that think it's cool to break springs and destroy there guns….

    Your the one that needs to move along as I'm guessing your not to welcome here anymore! This site is for airgunners not disrespectful punks!!!! Diesel that!!!!!!

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    MadMike
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    intenseaty22
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    Now, I ain’t real smart and all, but I think that the general consensus is: It happens unintentionally here and there (has happened to me after changing a spring) No one here approves of the practice, and it is generally frowned upon. 

    I believe your question IS being answered and the answer is. No one does it, it’s not good practice, you will mess up your gun. 

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    Laramie
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    Hmmm….all I did was ask a question….I didn't say it was right or wrong….I just asked a question…all I get are a bunch of old grandpas…you'll shoot your eye out….lmao….tell me did do something illegal….or did I just butt hurt you hardcore airgunners….I don't care if it hurts the gun…I was just curious about the speed and maybe what kind of lube/propellant they experimented with….it could be good knowledge in a zombie apocolypse lol….or just because I want to know and its not really your business why…so if you don't know I'm not sure why you chimed in other than to start some shit…I mean its obvious that's why your here….to argue about cause your not able to answer any of my questions

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    intenseaty22
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    Buy yourself a Chrony. Shoot your dieseled gun to your hearts content. Gather your own data.

    You are yourself acting “Buthurt” over the answers you are getting. We are a community of good people of all ages that like to share information on airgunning. If we see a question like this, it will not get ignored just to protect your feelings and intolerance. 

    Have a good day & be nice. 

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    Laramie

    ….to argue about cause your not able to answer any of my questions

     

      Nobody here is going to answer your questions. We do our best to avoid dieseling. You should be able to find out about intentional dieseling on youtube. 

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    Michael
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    Alright gentlemen, thats enough. 

    You've already made it clear that most responsible shooters do not purposefully attempt dieseling, but that doesn't mean that others haven't experimented with it.  If anyone has any chrony numbers for laramie kindly share your results.  

    @laramie try the search feature. And please reference the RULES, we do not allow profanity in this space.

     

    Thanks

    -Michael

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    Seth0764
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    When  l rebuilt my gamo big cat whisper 1300 it shot the 10.5 grain crosman premiers 900 fps average. When the dieseling stopped it settled down to a 765fps average and is very consistent.

    I hope this helps 

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    BigVitamin
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    Oh nevermind! I wasn't being nice, so I deleted it.

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    Laramie
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    Thanks Seth

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