For some reason, I can't hit the broad side of a barn with my Walther P-22. But I'm wondering if it's the ammo. So I picked up a variety of ammo, and I'm taking it to the range. Fifty rounds of five different ammunition should give me an idea if it's me, the gun, or the ammo.
My last range session, I got so irritated at my "groupings" with the P-22 that I grabbed my Taurus and dumped a mag into the target at a fairly high rate of speed, and got a grouping I could cover with the palm of my hand. So if I can shoot twelve rounds of 9mm into a three inch circle at seven yards, why does twenty rounds of .22LR look like the spread from birdshot?
We'll see what happens. I've got CCI, Blazer, Remington Golden Bullet (in 36 and 40 grain) and Aguila. I'm hoping that I can figure out what the heck is going on.