Originally Posted by NJR 100
To be honest, none of the above surprises me.
I cant see a bit of metal on the end of the barrel making any difference to the shot in windy conditions
Im sure ive read some where about how different types of rifleing could possibly make a gun more accurate in the wind, due to how mutch rifleing marks are imparted onto the head and skirt of the pellet...making them either better or worse through the air....I may have dreampt that though.
I do like the holes on the back end of the muzzle break..look quite good.