I have a .22 cal BSA Lightning XL SE GRT with a red dot scope. I also have a .22 cal Crosman Nitro Venom also with a red dot. (both have the gas spring) I have been target shooting both at 60 feet and have both guns shooting 5 shot groups you can cover with a dime. Today I moved the target out to the end of my back yard, approx. 120 feet. The BSA which only shoots 730 fps DID NOT DROP AT ALL in that distance. The Crosman which shoots at close to 900 fps dropped 2 inches, which I expected. What gives? This makes no sense to me.