Sorry if I was unclear in what I was wanting to learn to do.
this rifle is really impressive with what can be done with a minor adjustment such as I made. But in looking at the new curve, I'm trying to decide how to proceed to. With 36 of the 40 shots within 4% of the fastest recorded shot, I suppose I should really try to leave well enough alone. I was told by one owner that he's done a little better than that, but I'm not in competition with anyone. I just wanted to get close to the results of these articles on the Rapier and the FX2000 (page down on each page to see the shot strings) http://varmintair.typepad.com/varmintai ... ws-rapier/ http://varmintair.typepad.com/varmintairs_blog/fx-2000/
These blog reviews are the reason I wanted either a Rapier or a Timberwolf in the first place: long-range accuracy and good shot count with a low standard deviation along a 30-shot string. It's just impressive. In fact, I'd like to find either a Tarantula or an FX2000 one day.
My goal with this rifle has been to attain 30 good shots per fill at 30 FPE. I think I can do that. But for my shooting distances and targets,28 FPE with a few more shots per fill seems OK at the moment.