Yesterday I took a couple of shots(8 I think) whilst out walking the dog. Half were done with 11mm steel bearings and the other half with 8mmX11mm lead bean shot. I am shooting TTF with single TBG 23mm to 20mm taper. I got two nasty fork strikes that dented the aluminium frame and messed up the powder coating, and had two flyers, this happened using the steel bearings.
The beans on the other hand flew fine and I managed to hit a floating piece of wood on the opposite side of a canal 3 out 4 times, which impressed me because I'm still very much a beginner.
Can someone guess what caused this? I am thinking the pouch might be the problem, specifically the hole in the centre of the pouch not being big enough. Is this possible? Help is mucho welcome because I recently bought 300 of those ball bearings
Edited by manitasdeplomo, 09 April 2017 - 03:37 AM.