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Old May 9th, 2010, 14:10   #24
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I'm wondering, has either theory been proven? Some people say that tightbores work because the bb has more time to bounce around, and in a tighter barrel, the bb will end up more accurate because of the angle of each bounce. Other people are saying that there's a cushion of air that keeps the bb from hitting the sides, but if so, what was the point of the twist barrels? I'm not trying to disprove or prove either one, but has anyone actually cut open a barrel or done anything to "scientifically" show what happens inside a barrel, or are both still speculation?
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