Hey all, I'm stressing myself out over the FPS of a gun I acquired in an Evike Box of Awesome. I got the box to get a discount on a nice gun for my girlfriend who is going to be trying out the sport next weekend at a field game. I ended up with this gun: http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=37181 Now, the product info as of now says the gun shoots 350-390 FPS. However, earlier (about up until a week after my rifle arrived) the FPS read something like 400-450 on their website. The comments also vary on the FPS. Some reviewers said there's shot in the hotter range while others in the more reasonable range. The issue I'm worried about is the field we are heading to next weekend has an FPS limit of 400 for AEGs. I tried the local airsoft shop but they don't have a chronograph available. So I turned to this ([ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlKX5gpo7-I[/ame]) video by AirsoftGI to try and get a close estimate. The picture I attached shows the my results. Took four shots. One in the middle of the bottom of the can which had no issue. Then three around the edge of the can which did not penetrate. According to the video that should put it in the 350-399 range. My question is if anyone has verified this test to see how accurate it is. Also I'd like to confirm some myths about slightly lowering some myths about lowering FPS. I've heard that if you keep the spring coiled overnight it will lower it a bit. Do you guys think this is necessary? Will it have any harmful effects on my gun? Do I just shoot the gun on full auto then let it rest overnight to keep it coiled? Anyway, I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks in advance.