Originally Posted by noonagon
Dear Mr. Poo,
Wondering a couple of things;
I have about 10 cases through my creed, is this considered "broken in"
When the manual says screw the her all the way in then out 3/4 to 1 turn is this gased up or degased?
What are the best settings I can start out with to reduce the kick of my creed/give it a smoother shot. Shooting psp
Does anyone else have a problem breaking/chopping the last one or two balls in a ball stack (rotor and shooting psp)
The 10 case rule is a great way to know your marker has done its best to get seated in with the Orings and such.
As for the settings on the HPR, you can do it either way but recommend Gases up.
1 turn out on HPR
Adjust LPR to chrono at desired FPS.
Now with the marker being broken in you can start tuning the dwell down to give yourself a more consistent shot and better efficiency.
Now the Breaking paint of the Last 2-4 balls in the hopper is in the Timing of the marker and having no pressure on the stack of paint.
Timing meaning (dwell) you need to adjust the dwell to when you are firing over the chrono you are getting better consistency in FPS. if you go to low on the dwell it will be jumping all over the place on the chrono. It will also help with the timing and chopping of the last few balls.
PSP here are some settings that may help you and are for PSP only.
Dwell 9.0-10.0 ms
Eye delay 5
Eye sensitivity 15
Bolt Delay 8ms
FSDO time disabled
Try these out and see if that helps.