FX Revolution - Part 1 (Mechanics) Semi-Automatic Air Rifle
30th Oct 2011 Gun supplied by www.airgunsofarizona.com (480) 461-1113 http://www.airgunsofarizona.com/FX%20... http://www.fxairguns.com/product.asp?... The Camera Mount I used to record through the scope can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0069VXY7K/... The slow-motion camera I use to film the shots through the scope is the Casio EX-FC150. That camera is no longer made, but you can buy its successor (which is actually a better camera than the one I use) here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004H3X1EI/... The FX Revolution is one of a small handful of semi-automatic air rifles on the market. There is no faster way to burn through air and lead than to own one of these things. They are ridiculously fun. In this video, I'll show you the nuts and bolts, and take a look at the chrony string. In part 2, we'll go to the range and see how it performs at 50 yards. From the FX Manual re: the front and rear adjusters: Re: the front adjuster: "If you attach a silencer to your Revolution you must reduce the reloading power. This is done by releasing the reloading pressure on the hex/allen screw shown in the example. You can see the screw in the air escape hole on the side of the rifle and you are able to adjust this 6 whole rotations from bottom and out. Too much reloading pressure: trigger system will wear out faster. Too little reloading pressure: the rifle will not cycle" RE: the rear adjuster (spring tension): "You might need to adjust the auto return spring force after a while or if you use non FX pellets. To increase the force of the spring turn the hex screw clockwise. To reduce the force of the spring turn the hex screw counter-clockwise.