This morning I decided to shoot some pellets at the back yard with my .22 air rifle. I have been shooting all summer and fall and the rifle was sighted in at 11 and 30 yds. Good shooter. However, this morning the temp was 33 degrees and if you ever wondered what happens when you shoot in freezing temps, on this sun shining day, the pellets were flying in slow motion to the target. Similar to a Red Rider BB gun. You could see the reflection of the shiny pellet under the sun. Since I did not want to resight the gun, I waited until it was over 50 degrees to shoot again at the point of aim. The things you learn while shooting airguns.