Originally Posted by Brian.Samson
air strippers tend to have cones with tight tolerances to the diameter of the pellet and are designed to direct any air surrounding the pellet off at a different angle to the pellet.
Silencer internals have all sorts of designs - some might act as an air stripper, some might not.
The bigger question is - has anyone got any proof that the turbulent air being 'stripped' off by an air stripper actually makes any difference to accuracy.
Regarding your last line Brian, I don't believe they do have any effect, but they look good !!!!!!!!!