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    whatsquirrel
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    I got my ttqcth on Saturday, put it in & went to work. 3000psi fill 1st got 1059fps with a 48gr hp. But it wasted a lot of air. Played around a little with the 48gr hp, got 1059-1028 for 5 shots. It was just way to loud, even with the r&l shroud. So I moved on to my rat snipers 37gr hp. Try the biggest insert but couldn’t get them fast enough only getting a max of 950fps. I wanted more. Removed the insert again very loud & seemed to be wasting air. Played with the pw, nothing g really changed. Had to install a .010 shim behind the top hat & this is what I got pw 8-2, 2900psi, 37gr rat sniper slugs: 1006,994,990,986,972,970,966,963. Oh I forgot I install a factory hammer weight behind my custom 65 gram hammer. I feel that it could be better, but I’m fairly new to the af platform. What do y’all think? Any pointers? What I’m kinda looking g for is running a 45gr rat sniper hp in the neighborhood of 975fps for roughly 5 shots. Is it possible? Tha ks for your time & sorry it’s kinda long.

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    #230336
    rualert
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    Any update on your progress? I have a similar setup, and was able to finally get the Rat Snipers up above 1000 fps but had to raise my fill pressure to 3200 to get any kind of a shot curve. Was actually playing around this past weekend with the gun using the 28.4 gr H&N’s since PA was out of the 31 gr or heavier JSB’s and had a consistent string from right at 3000 PSI for close to 40 shots at 60 ft.lbs. Needless to say I was quite pleased, as they were all in the 970 and no less than 950 range. This allowed them to shoot a ragged hole at 47 yards, don’t have that extra 3 yards in my back yard yet. Need to move my shooting station. I found that when I started with the PW set at 6.0, the gun shot fine, but sounded like it was I guess for lack of a better description puffing. Lowered the PW to 4.0 quieted right down, and maintained speed, so I was wasting air, and making the weird noise. I guess the TT shroud hid the sound, so that’s why it just sounded like a slightly louder than what I’m used to puff.

    Casey

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    whatsquirrel
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    quote rualert:

    Any update on your progress? I have a similar setup, and was able to finally get the Rat Snipers up above 1000 fps but had to raise my fill pressure to 3200 to get any kind of a shot curve. Was actually playing around this past weekend with the gun using the 28.4 gr H&N’s since PA was out of the 31 gr or heavier JSB’s and had a consistent string from right at 3000 PSI for close to 40 shots at 60 ft.lbs. Needless to say I was quite pleased, as they were all in the 970 and no less than 950 range. This allowed them to shoot a ragged hole at 47 yards, don’t have that extra 3 yards in my back yard yet. Need to move my shooting station. I found that when I started with the PW set at 6.0, the gun shot fine, but sounded like it was I guess for lack of a better description puffing. Lowered the PW to 4.0 quieted right down, and maintained speed, so I was wasting air, and making the weird noise. I guess the TT shroud hid the sound, so that’s why it just sounded like a slightly louder than what I’m used to puff.

    Casey

    I never even thought about raising fill pressure. What type of shot curve are you getting with rat snipers & what were your settings? The only curve I can get is 841-852-838 for 8 shots with the pw at 1-4 & 2800psi. Which I will settle for but I would love to have a 5 shot curve in the 1000fps range or the high 900’s. I have had mine running cudas from 990-1035-985 for 48 shots. I just decided to got high power low count since I also have my condor ss running 50fpe for 30 shots.

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    elimark
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