I have posted here about the accuracy of a scope on my PWA. The consensus was to put on the Nikon scope and see how that worked. I put on the Nikon 3-9 and this greatly improved the accuracy. I went from 6 to 8 inch groups to about 2 to 3 inch groups. I was shooting with a hard rest front and me holding back so it was not sand bagged in. I think this is acceptable for how I was shooting. The problem came in with the cycling over stripping and having an empty chamber. First thing I had this problem with a colt mag and plastic followers. I purchased a colt mag with aluminum follower and hand cycled the rounds in both my colt and pwa with no over stripping. I noticed that the over stripping did not seem to be due to the mag. But it was the ammo. At first I thought it was the steel cased ammo Tul from wally world. I would hand cycle a round and then shoot an an empty chamber. The ammo over stripped almost every time. I removed the balance of the Tul and put in winchester ammo. It cycled every time. I put back in the Tul and noticed it did the same over stripping. I also noticed what seemed to me a precipitable difference in recoil in the Tul [less recoil] than the Winchester. Since I could just hand cycle the gun and it would feed the Tul fine but when fired it seemed to not strip off a round and the Winchester worked fine, it could be that the Tul had not enough recoil to cycle the bolt quite enough to grab the next round. I don't know this is the problem but it would seem to fit what happened. If it was drag on the steel case then I would have a problem cycling it by hand if it were not pushing up far enough. Has anyone else shot this Tul Wilmar Russian ammo? If so have you had any problems?