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This is a new pellet rifle, but it is not getting sufficient compression. DH would like to know what to do to fix it. Thank you, daht

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Lubricate everything generously with Marvel Mystery oil.Your new pellet gun is probably leaking around the seals.Oil improves the seals.Be sure to wipe off excell oil before shooting.

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