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Old 20th December 2010, 07:50 PM
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I think the first thing to acknowledge is that very cold air is more dense and this has an effect on the pellet's flight. So any changes from what you expect may not be due to changes in the hardware or scopes shifting or guns losing power.

Also when the air is on the point of condensation and forming fog, this pulls the pellet down. It's much more likely in very cold weather, especially in this country, not so much on the continent, where the winter air tends to be dryer.
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