Being new to pcp's, I learned a lot on this forum. I do need help though.
I bought a M22 and has shot around 1000 pellets through it. The rifle is quite accurate and I am able to one-hole between 5-8 pellets up to 40 meters. Can also hit 50 mm target at 65 meters.
I do know that pellets are in general self cleaning, but have also read that proper and regular cleaning could improve the accuracy significantly as well as reduce the number of fliers.
I did clean the barrel using TRISOL (from RAM) on cleaning pull-through pads on nylon string. Went from black to clean after about 8 pulls.
I figured out how to remove the stock but need help with the further dismantling of the parts. I am scared to remove something that could cause a leak or make the rifle unusable. Can TRISOL also be used as lubricant for the mechanical mechanism?
The internet is awash with directions on all sorts of dismantling videos but none that show the M22 specifically. Anyone know of a link?
How are adjustments made to the regulator to adjust the pressure? Want to up the speed with heavier pellets for longer range shots.
The manual that came with the rifle is generic to the M10/M11/M20/M22 and the exploded view shows the the M10. It is also very poorly printed. Had to scan and enlarge but still unclear.
Any assistance would be appreciated.