Originally Posted by Uziel Gal
Velocity dictates trajectory (flatness, if you will), and trajectory combined with angle and the aerodynamic properties of the ball will dictate range.
To put that another way, the same ball, shot at the same angle, and at the same velocity, will follow the same trajectory and fire to the same range. This is of course assuming that there are no devices being used to alter the trajector - back spin barrels and bolts for instance.
Broadly speaking, increasing dwell, increasing chamber volume and lowering operating pressure will make for a smoother, quieter marker, and should also help with consistency.
So up your dwell a couple of milliseconds, back out the VVC adjuster, and then re-chrono your marker.
so how many should i up my dwell by 2 i got it at 12