I have a problem with my .22 WMR... kinda sorta. My Savage 93G is just one of those rifles that must be shot PERFECTLY in order to shoot any kind of group. I tried shooting at 50 yards today, and I just couldn't get it under 1.5 inches, which is ridiculous because I was just using the same rifle and ammo a month ago to nail gophers/blackbirds/ground squirrels out to about 140 yards every shot. After a lot of frustration, and trial-and-error I finally seemed to "get in my groove" and put 4 shots in .11", of course I pulled the fifth to .5". Now, I know I wasn't flinching THAT badly before, because I had a few failures to fire and even then my crosshair never moved more than 1/4" when I squeezed the trigger, but when I was flinching on live rounds the bullet would often be off by almost 2". Maybe a bit much lock time I guess. This rifle ALWAYS challenges me, but when I stay consistent and follow through, it rewards me with some of the best groups I've ever seen from a rimfire. Anybody else have a finicky little moron of a gun that just loves to make fun of you?