Well at least I am not imagining my unregged theory pushing pellets differently to regged guns, which will give more of a measured volume pulse.
Tench's theory of pressure replicating an un regged gun makes sense and is very interesting.
I work in pneumatics and hydraulics so understand the importance the difference of pressure and flow. Flow in engineering is more important than pressure in a lot of systems. Obviously pressure is speed, and flow is volume and power. Does this mean that a lower pressure large volume reg might work better in wind? Interesting theories coming from the thoughts on here seem to that all these factors might influence bc, and wind cheating characteristics.