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Old 27th April 2015, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by dia6olo View Post
My thinking, ignoring the benefits of a higher BC & the advantages it offers in both wind & trajectory (though granted we are not talking massive advantages in most cases), is that it highlights that the pellet with a high/highest BC is stable in flight, theoretically that alone should make the pellet a good grouper?
Yup, exactly!

and if you're going to spend a few hundred quid on pellets, why not make sure the one's you're going to buy are going to have an edge (even if it is only slight) over just spending your money on a random batch.

Of course, if you're a hunter and you're only buying a few tins at a time it doesn't really matter, and you probably won't notice much if any difference at all out to sensible hunting ranges anyway.
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