Every time the pellet races down the barrel, it picks up speed and starts spinning due to the rifling.
Now because the pellet is spinning the centrifugal force will upset the atomic balance. Electrons will break away from their atomic clusters and will be left behind in the barrel as lead deposits. How does this affect shooting?
Well, an 8,4gr pellet will exit barrel weighing only 8.3999999999999999999999999gr. Surely that must upset the balance of the pellet and destabilize it in flight?
So here is the solution, coat your pellets with Teflon and get rid of the rifling in your barrel.
What do you all think? Am I on to something here?