Okay, using Napier Pellet Lube for my HW97 on AA Fields. The bottle's instructions say to apply a few drops to the tin of pellets. I'm presuming a tin of 500. <?>
Right, so I do this (3 drops evenly in the tin), then gently roll the tin about and turn it upside for a day, then on it's side, then on it's other side.... ect... etc...
Now does this 'lube' create a gaseous like coating on all the pellets or is it merely applied to the few around the drop, thus the occasional lubing when you shoot that pellet?
Thing is though when I come across one of the pellets that obviously got a drop on it (mostly in its skirt me thinks), it diesels immensely. Creating a nice 'crack' and 1 inch @ 15 yards POI change, along with some smoke. Next shot is back to normal.
Should I stay off the lube using a springer? Or should I just accept this as the norm.
I'm not gonna start washing / lubing / sizing pellets.