Originally Posted by jojo750
the easiest way involves using a chrono..
set the lpr to 3 turns out.. then chrono to speed.
now you can turn the lpr in until the bolt sticks in the breech..
begin turning the lpr up (OUT) until the bolt sucks back in the breech.. add about 1/4 turn. and you should be good to go.
the other way that ive used is set up the same way.. 3 turns out on lpr. chrono hpr to speed.
now turn lpr IN 1/4 turn. then chrono.. keep doing that process (1/4 turn) until you see the chrono speed drop... now go back OUT 1/4 turn. and you will be at the lowest lpr setting to maintain the same chrono speed.
pick whichever is easier for you.
again, this entire process is easier when you have a chrono.
So i shouldnt touch the HPR until i've got the gun shooting, once its shooting, adjust velocity according to what you need. And adjust the lpr to get consistency? correct me if im wrong.