How about installing a chronograph into the Airwolf so that it logs the pellet info, velocity, temperature and valve opening time? (MVT&MCT)

Over time, one can collect a good amount of data for statistical analysis.

For example, one can make a 3 dimensional plot with velocity on the Z-axis, pressure and temperature on the X and Y axis and see how the standard deviation in the velocity distribution changes with respect to tank pressure. This can be used to improve the factory preset of the valve opening time for that PARTICULAR gun.

After thousands of shots fired, the on-board computer can interpolate the average and standard deviation for the next shot, giving the competitive shooter more confidence in his rifle.

"The more your rifle is shot, the more accurate it becomes." would be the marketing motto

Cheers,

Yang

You want a computer that shoots pellets.

Some of us just want a simple basic rifle.

All the feedback we need is in a consistent poi.

Later,

Dwight