Originally Posted by sparx52
I might of got it . out the box the op pressure was set @ 190 it creeped up to 200 psi ... I lowered it to 180 psi and 2 full pods of paint no problems so far . but under my chrono it got very inconsitant on fps ,
before problem accured 282,280,284,280,279 fps
no i lowered the op press and its working 274,268,259,272,276 fps
im wondering if i set the velocity screw higher will that fix it?.
Does this marker/noid have a safety mech so if op pressure go's over 200 psi it doesnt fire?
also out the box ne1 find the trigger isnt smooth like hard to walk ?
Your axe will need to be broken in, which takes anywhere from 5-8 cases. As it starts to break in you will see both the consistency and the efficiency improve.
Backing out the back-cap will increase your fps. I would get it as close as you can to your field's limit, and then leave it for the first few times that you play. After it's broken in, feel free to mess with the dwell, operating pressure, and back-cap adjustment to find a feel and performance that you prefer.
As far as your trigger question goes, I believe that from the factory they just make sure that the trigger activates the microswitch before they box it. The nice thing is that the axe comes with a great stock trigger that can be adjusted in four different ways to preference.