Hello all, I recently began shooting rifles, well... air rifles, and ran into a certain issue; I suck at making tight groupings, or groupings at all for that matter. However, I'm a very determined sort so I've been practicing with the iron sight on my Ruger Blackhawk; thanks to that, today I managed to hit a 1 ft by 1/2 ft target at 43 yards from an unsupported standing position about seven out of every ten shots. I realize, of course, that for a noobie that's probably OK, but for a rifleman that's trash. I was using Crosman Destroyer pellets which are hollow point and weigh in at 7.9 grams. The thing is that I have no idea what the standards are for accuracy with air rifles or for pellets at 7.9 grams. So my question is, assuming perfect conditions in an unsupported standing position, at what distance should I be able to hit a squirrel sized target with the iron sights on my Blackhawk before I could be considered accurate? Also, what ammunition is best used for target practice, or is using my destroyer pellets acceptable being as they'll be what I actually shoot when on pest control?