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    iride
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    Now let me start off the Pll is the brother to the P1 beeman pistols,
    There is a lot to read on the P1 and not a lot to read on the P11,
    The P11 should have come with fiber optic sites, Any way the new ones do the old ones don’t , So I have been told , Mine did not have them.
    So my scientific breakthrough is the P11 22cal has two power setting,
    Now even at my ripe old age I am a little stronger than the average human, (gym rat)
    So I feel the gun cock and set, now I am not going to keep pulling on it and bend the dam thing,
    I had it cocked and just tried to very gently pull it back a little more, Bingo, Its got two sets for cocking.
    I do not feel like a dumb ass, but I did have to turn my genius badge in .
    Mike

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    bogman
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    quote iride:

    I had it cocked and just tried to very gently pull it back a little more, Bingo, Its got two sets for cocking.
    I do not feel like a dumb ass, but I did have to turn my genius badge in .Mike

    Use that badge for a target :biggrinn:

    So what kind of hold do you use for a spring piston pistol? I’ve got springer rifles. Do you use the open palm rest? Must be more challenging, since you don’t have the length or weight to buffer the shot.

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    iride
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    Never gave the open hold much thought, When I am sighting in I like to find the sweet spot and shoot a good group off sand bags.
    If I just grab a pistol and shoot there is no difference in my hold Pump. Springer, or firearm.
    Mike

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