Hello all! Had a nice, cold range day today, the first time since the snow flew last year. These were some ups, and some downs... I've got my tremors pretty well under control, with my groups on my AR down to nickel size at 25yds, (more of an improvement then I can to acknowledge). However, I'm having a problem with my P22... With my P22 (3.4" barrel, stock sights) I can keep a grouping 1-1.5" WIDE at 25(EDIT: said yds, meant feet. Would be rather impressive though P)... However, they are in a band going up and down 6-8" inches, with the top being the middle of the bullseye. They are concentrated at the top of the band. I could understand them all being just below the bullseye (for some reason it decided to put on the tallest front sight it came with), but the variance concerns me... Is this something I'm doing, or do the velocities on my Remington Golden Bullets vary THAT much out of that little 3.4" barrel? Any thoughts?