Originally Posted by sultano
what are you hoping to achieve ? don't you like a gun that is "shooting brilliant "
That is the question you should be asking yourself.
When there's a "Who's got the springer that feels the nicest to shoot" competition, go out looking for one that feels the nicest to shoot.
If you want to knock over targets however - the gun that feels the nicest might not be the one that knocks over the most targets - Be careful what you wish for.
If you don't have a clear idea about what you want to achieve and don't have a benchmark for checking that you've made things better or worse, don't tune your springer until you do.
Remember when it comes to springer tuning, you can't have everything and you can't turn it into a PCP. Tuning often makes some things better and some things worse. If the things it makes better are important to you and the things it makes worse aren't important to you - you're taking steps in the right direction.