Originally Posted by springer34
again its just personal choice we can all shoot a pellet straight indoors or out of course wind outdoors is a pain but as long as you can put pellet on pellet taking wind into account and seating position there is no difference
but of course everyone will have there own views im just going by what ive been told by ft shooters who have been doing it for years im new to it id rather listen to people who know more than I do .
I think the benefit of shooting indoors, would be to check your windage is spot on, You can also check to see if you have any crossover....
Lets face I would never zero a gun at the greyhound the wind is all over the place...indoors for windage would be my preferred choice all day long