I have some Exacts in .177 that seem extra upset when any wind is present. They group pretty well in calm conditions, but they just go all over the place if any wind starts. They're not nearly as good as my last few sleeves and just throw shots at random. For example, the wind is 3-5 mph and the target is 25 mm at 25 m. I take a shot and it's near centered, but the next shot may be 25 to 30 mm to one side or up or down. You know the feeling when you know the hold was fine and steady and the trigger pull was just so. You are totally shocked to see the miss an inch away from where you thought. It's not the gun and it's not me, because I have a few pellets from the last batch and they just don't do this. Is this common for a pellet to be so upset by a slight breeze? I tried them in another gun that's running 25-30 fps faster and they were a bit better. Worst part is, I'm stuck with 2 sleeves.