Originally Posted by cjlovi
Degassing the marker is always the safest bet! I think what Martin is saying that with new engineering designs in the Creed the markers are holding air in the bolt with out leaking. Thus during the firing cycle air is sealed more efficiently raising the shot counts well above the standard high end marker.
I personally let my Creed sit for two weeks with out touching it recently. I turned it on to set it up for a Semi Only Practice, inadvertently held the trigger and the clearing shot fired and was able to fire a second after that! Wit out a tank attached.
Now I dry fire the marker at the end of every practice to ensure all air has been dispersed.
I just tested mine too haha. I gassed it up before I left for school, degassed but left the air in the reg. When I got home i put a ball in and shot it across my yard, no tank required. These guns never cease to impress me!