So I have a few questions which I'm sure have been asked millions of times, so I must apologies. All questions revolve around the need or desire for a break-action which I need to be tough and relatively flat shooting. I have a PCP in .177 which is a tack driver, so I was looking at a 5.5mm.
1) I was looking at the HW90 or the Diana 340 classic, not a fan of the Diana, but I can't have much of an opinion and I'm not sure on the HW90 either... Any preferences or other suggestions?
2) All things equal, would it be more advisable to shoot heavier .177 pellets or lighter 5.5mm pellets for a bit more punch? IE, what would (usually) be the better option to give me more punch on 2L's with a flatter trajectory between 20 and 50m? I know there's no "free lunch", just asking for a theoretical answer...
3) Does the 20 cal offer benefits of both or shortcomings of both? I suspect the latter, but I'm incompetent in this field, so I don't put much trust in my opinion. Also, costs??
4) Feel free to give me an uitkak, it's the only way I learn.