Originally Posted by GRIM
I've noticed recently that when shooting targets with trees very close within the line of fire that pellets go off on a wobble slightly. They seem to go right in cold weather & high in warm weather.
I've been told on good authority that the magnetic field from trees can cause small changes in atmospheric pressure & combined with the magnetic pull in various conditions could make the trajectory of a pellet move at least 0.449 of an inch at 35 yards .......2.57 inches at 55 !
Has anyone else also expierienced this phenomenon ?
Gilly reckons he's sussed it but won't let on !
That piece of work has got to be a contender for the Noble Prize for physics
I thought (sorry I know) I am good at talking B@ll😍cks