Last month I shot in our clubs bullseye shoot and at one stage I pulled out my Bisley in .22 and used it at the 25 yard targets. I normally do not use this for competition but was having problems with the red dot on my browning ( It was dead and I didn't have a spare) I have the Bisley as a small game gun and it does well at that. When I retrieved the target I had four rounds in the area the size of a quarter but three of them had key holed. There were other shots on the page that too had key holed, but I was surprised that the four rounds were so close together. If a gun is key holing is it normally accurate? Have any of you had this problem? I have tried other Ammo and almost all brands or weights. I had one or two that still started to Key hole. Any Help? Is this normal as it was designed as a target gun? The key holing helped my score on a few rounds. Should I just buy a single six and change my hammer and grip frame?