I've been shooting at the recycle logo on the backs of old pizza boxes with this cheapo air pistol (Crosman MK 45) from about 5 yards away, pretty close range. I'm free handing this and I dont think my pea shooter much more than a half pound, which makes it a little tricky. The recycle symbol is about an inch and a half across and at even 5 yards on these sights I think my forward sight almost blocks it from view. So, I'm getting groupings on this of about, 1.5 to 2.5 inches on average from 5 yards, adding around a quarter inch to both ends of the range at 10. the magazine holds 20 rounds so I'm shooting 20 round groupings. It's at 5-7 yards because that's about how much space I have to shoot right now. Edit: if it matters I'm shooting steel bbs, not pellets. I understand the shuttlecock shaped pellets are usually a fair bit more accurate. I'm only used to shooting a 9mm at about 25 yards so it's kind of hard to assess how I'm doing. It's been a minute but I think I used to average out at about 5-7 inch groupings free-free-handing it at that distance. What do you folks think?