Originally Posted by skires
Is that possible ... that the instability of the pellet flight ... and large spread over the chrono ... can be instigated by the shooter releasing them with more 'wobble' of the muzzle?
In a word, no
The ballistic stability of a pellet in flight is not influenced by our technique or by any 'wobble' a poor technique might impart to the barrel.
Barrel wobble or harmonics, may very well have a bearing on ballistic stability, but I don't think that's what you mean.
When I shoot downrange tests I usually just shoot at a shot up spinner so I don't know where I'm hitting it, I'm just concentrating on not hitting the chrono