My maths is rubbish and my trajectory plotting probably worse but surely a steeply angled close target, with in fairness proably a battered swaged in 15mm hole that is nearer 14mm or less, in reality when measured on a horizontal plain, is in fact nowhere near 15mm and presents a much smaller aperture to the competitor when measured at the acute angle at which it is presented to the shooter as the pellet will not be able to contact the bottom of the paddle as it is physically impossible for the pellet to contact it?(equally 20mm when set at their minimum). Doesn't this make it an illegal target anyway regardless of the comfort factor????
Rick Ardern super low mounts ISP MK3 pellet launching platforms and Sightron 10 x 42mm telescopic sights.
Because it is not about how, but how many.