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Here's a thought - A faster projectile reaches it's target in a shorter amount of time. Say you were shooting with a strong crosswind, a faster projectile has less time to be affected by environmental factors, e.g. the wind, so I guess in that scenario a faster projectile could equal more accuracy?
 
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