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Old 1st October 2013, 10:33 AM
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Ah yeah, something else I forgot to mention - die 19 had the smallest horizontal spread of the 3 batches.

I was shooting in a pretty sheltered position from the wind and I think the groups support that too - I can't say I noticed the wind picking up for die 34 or die 45, but it's not easy to say for sure.

Now based on the chrono results, die 19 spent less time in the air and should theoretically take less wind as a result. Shooting groups doesn't give you conclusive results when you're batch testing to see which pellet will take less wind, but downrange chrono'ing might if the ballistic calculations are to be believed.
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