I was wondering why my Isaazon Pellet Guns seemed to have lost power, and now I think I know why. I recently found out about Dieseling, a process where you add oil behind the pellet, which causes a small combustion that can double the power of an air rifle. My theory is that the Isaazon manufacturer covered the guns in oil (probably WD-40) for protection against rust, and some of that oil worked its way into the chambers. After a while of shooting, the oil burned off, and the guns reverted back to their normal amount of power. I tested this theory using Fishing Reel Grease and Reel Oil. And I also found a reason to tell you "DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME!"

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