Originally Posted by LittleJack
I used to weigh and size my pellets all the time but found as Tool said was was best. Get a good batch of pellets that group well and get a shed load of them.
I have shot out of the tin for 2 years
Yep, although i've found improvements with a bad batch, i've not been able to replicate the performance of a better performing batch.
I've actually stepped up the size of group I use for testing now... as 5 and even 10 shot groups don't always show the problem (unless they are truly shocking).