Originally Posted by mr dink
I would be interested if you could expand on this as i have a pt ,thank,s .
The Pro Target has a slightly slower lock time than something like a Walther or Steyr. I find a Steyr easier to shoot than my Pro Targets - it's hard to get trigger technique and follow through perfect everytime and I find the difference in group size bigger from the PT when I mess up. My common mistake is to ever so slightly drop the barrel and even though Otis hardly noticable during the shot it will drop the pellet an inch low - I can call the shot now as I see the dip as I squeeze the trigger.
It would beceasy to blame the gun for the low shot but it is me.
When I am shooting well the gun will group as well as any I have owned but it does punish poor form.