I have a question for the team..
I know that one of the problems here is that I was not holding the rifle firm enough.
Now for the question. Does the twist of the spring also tend to pull the rifle clockwise or anti clockwise depending on the twist of the spring. What happened to me this weekend was while I was doing some shooting the first 3 or so were like a shotgun all over the place but then every thing settled down and I started to hit the mark. Well the shots or most landed in a tight group or around 2.5 cm with 3 on the make. The grouping was a little to the right and below the bull the distance being about equal right and below distance being about 1.5 cm. This was got me thinking that the twist of the spring as it releases causes the rifle to pull in a clockwise motion. That is why I said that I was not holding the rifle firm enough as this motion caused me to place my shots in a good grouping but off the intended bull zone except for those 3 that made the mark when I did hold the rifle firmly. Has anyone noticed this effect or have any comments on it. The scope was zoned in correctly as I have made the same grouping at the same distance at other times and made a big hole where the bull is/was. The target was the type that you place in one of the pellet trap units.