I am rather frustrated with both my break barrel air rifles. One is a Stoger x-20 the other a Benjaman Nitro mag. Both are $150-ish rifles. Not high end but not kids toys either. In the last few days I have put several hundred rounds through them shooting at around 60 feet from a rifle rest inside (perfect conditions). I have used four kinds of pellets trying to fine one that shot "better". I can get random groups with the Stoger. Three here, then another group 3 inches away with a few flyers. With the Benjamin I am lucky to get all the shots to hit a 6" target period with the current Simions scope which I "upgraded"to from the cheap factory one. I actually did better with the cheap one. This scope (a $40 .22 scope) has such bad parallax focus at 60 feet that it seems like I would have better luck just sighting down the barrel. I really would like to have a rifle that would shoot under 1" groups at 60 feet consistently with the right ammo. I don't feel like that is asking much at all. Am I just expecting to much from a break barrel? I think the issues with the Stoger is the barrel does not lock firmly into place each time giving slight variation. I think the Benjamin is inconsistent with air but locks up better. Both of these are new-ish. Have less than probably 300 rounds down either. Are they just not broken in?