I'm not entirely sure if you are saying you do have the springer version or not. However (as I've stated before I'm definitely NO expert), if the gun is a spring piston rather than an NP, temperature need not concern! Also major things I have seen suggested during break-in, is to clean the barrel with some goo-gone and gun patches, then maybe lightly oil up the hinges and barrel. Other than that have fun! PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF IM WRONG ANYBODY AGAIN STILL LEARNING MYSELF!!
I'm not entirely sure if you are saying you do have the springer version or not. However (as I've stated before I'm definately NO expert), if the gun is a spring piston rather than an NP, temperature need not concern!
When I get a new gun I like to shoot about 50 pellets before I mount my scope in case there a lot of oil in it. I also reclean the barrel after about a 100 shots to get rid of the crude that you are shooting out. For the center point 4x23 scope I thank there a great scope for a freebe the newer ones are clearer an hold up pretty well . try lots of different pellets helps with accuracy an gun should start to shoot good after a half of tin of pellets but sometimes takes longer. enjoy your new gun. sometime those so call entry level can be tack drivers. you shoot in the cold but your poi might change a little till gun gets warmed up. enjoy
my friend came over with a nib black Friday walmart fury.i have to agree on the fury quality,@$64 ...cant be beat.trigger was aweful,felt like 10lb pull,scope was bottom of the barrel,maybe 2-3 zoom...not 4.but the first 100 shots produced many nickel groups @15 yards with cphps.im impressed.