as far as with springers, is there really some warm up period you established good shots attribute to :
gun warm up
shooter warm up
the stars aligning and holding your toungue just so..
I think it is me.. I hit more with the fwb 124d the more shots I take in a day.. same with my hw 45.. at first I seem to think it shoots a bit high or low for a few shots and then all of a sudden it is dead nuts in there, really drilling them .. being a confirmed aluminum can shooting afficionado, I can tell when I am really hot and can choose the effect :
a roll right .. a roll left... a pass through with little effect.. a straight roll.. I start off about eight or ten yards and shoot until I roll the can out the back side of the stock yard.. by that time there is little left to shoot at that is solid enough to move the can along.. so the edges and seams are the tergets to hit.. lol
seems there is a warm up.. but is there ?
I have not chronied the gun from first shot on, and maybe I should .. but I tend to think the difference is in my and my shooting basics.. especially the trigger control and breaking of the shot when the time is right.
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