I am a airgun benchrest enthusiast. Where I live in S. Arizona, we have a dedicated airgun range, where we can shoot to 100 yds. I average shooting over 10,000 rounds a year. My rifle is a Rapid Air Weapon. .22 caliber. It shoots a 16 gr pellet at 950 fps. The wind at our range can come from all points of the compass, while shooting one target. At 100 yds, the 90 degree wind drift is similar to my .300 WSM at 500 yds. My long range shooting ability has greatly improved because of my airgun experience. I have shot .5 inch groups with my RAW at 100 yds, so it is extremely accurate. When shooting my .300, at long range, I don't think about breath control, trigger control, sight picture and all the other things it takes to make a good shot. It is all automatic, because I do it so many times a year, and it costs me 3 cents a shot.