I've been trying to get my 10/22 (16" barrel, ATI ITAC stock, Nikon Prostaff Scope) all lined out and zero'd and it's starting to piss me off. I figured, as flat as .22lr flies for the first 75ish yards, I could get it good enough at 25 yards and dead on at 50, and it'd be a good plinker and squirrel killer. Now, this is what it's doing at 25 yards, which seems to me, is more that good enough. At 50 (didn't shoot good enough to warrant taking any pictures), I'd be getting 3-4 distinct holes each .25 inches - a full inch apart from one another, which doesn't seem good enough to me at all. It was also pretty windy that day, I'd try to wait until it died down enough to shoot, but it may have been affecting me too. I'm newish to this range shooting and whatnot though, so I don't really know what to expect accuracy-wise. What should I be seeing at 25 and 50 yards?