I would say to tighten up your shot group try different powder, loads, and bullets to see what works best in your rifle. I switched from pellets to loose powder this year and my shot group has tightened up dramatically.
I personally wouldn't want to be walking around with a dirty barrel. Depending on what you are shooting it can be quite corrosive and cause your barrel to pit in no time.
As far as grouping better after a few shots I would saying your barrel warming up would have something to do with it.
Pretty much brand new. Took it to the range and decided to stick with the multi pin. Comes with all the instructions and all of the yardage tapes. Can be picked up in cedar falls/waterloo area or I can ship it.
I bought my daughter the knight little horn this spring. She is shooting a 200gr bullet being pushed by 70gr of triple 7. She is pretty accurate with it out to 50 yds right now. I got her one of those Caldwell field pods and she has no issues.
I used them a good bit when they first came out. Huge hole as tons of blood. Only thing that I didn't like was after a few times of taking them in and out of my quiver the spider clips that hold the blades would start to get jacked up and I would have to replace them.
I threw one on my bow this summer. It does make sighting in very quick and easy. It is very solid and tool less adjustments are nice. I sighted in the 20 and 40 yd pins and everything else is pretty much right on. As stated before you need to know your limits. I don't plan on using the 60 yd...
Getting ready to pull the trigger on one of these. By looking at the coverage maps in the area of Allamakee County I hunt T-Mobile is the only option. Has anybody tried their plan? Anybody got anything to say good or bad about their service.
Bought my daughter the knight littlehorn for her birthday this year. Put a Nikon Omega scope on it this week. Going to go to the range tomorrow afternoon and try it out. Seems like a pretty well made rifle.