I am behind reading Pyramid's blog. I just read this one and really liked parts of it.
The most interesting part of it to me was about the cost of an airgun:
"Forget the cost. The thing to do is to figure out what you want. Dont allow cost to be a part of that process. The reason you dont want to let cost be involved is because cost, by itself, is meaningless. It doesnt add or detract from value. Cost doesnt make an air gun more accurate, nor does it make it more powerful. It doesnt even make it look better, though there are many who would argue with that! Cost is an artificial factor that people make up when goods and services are bartered."
I don't know that I completely agree with the statement but I definitely see where he is coming from. We often use price to determine if we think a gun is accurate or worth owning without really knowing how the gun performs.
Read the article and let us know what you think.