Low left condition...I've never had a barrel shoot low left in a the wind. Normally it's either high left or low right but never a low left. I've had some do it inconsistently and just scratched it off as an abnormality. However, this past weekend's match I shot consistently low left. The wind was mostly 1-3 o'clock on the clock and the harder it would blow on the 1-2 the further low left I would get. I am talking 2 inches @ 300y. So I attempt to try and learn things from situations like this but I cannot for the life of me figure this one out. Has anyone else ever seen this and actually figured it out? While I'm not asking specific to the caliber and barrel, I will give specifics...it's a 22 dasher in a Rock 7.2 twist, running a 90 grain VLD and pushing 3,100fps. It's really shown some promise and is a blast too shoot.