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I just thought I would let you know that I figured out what the problem was. I was printing the x, y and z components of the momentum direction vector to a file and calculating the angle from vertical from those values. I was only printing numbers with 4 decimal places to this file, which is apparently not enough. So I most definitely was seeing rounding errors, but they were of my own doing, not the particleGun.
Sorry for being hasty with posting my problem on the forum, but I hope that if someone comes across this, they might learn from my silly mistake.
Thanks again, Kendall