deal with a painful situation. I was a total klutz yesterday and sprained my right ankle, so today I'm bored out of my mind trying to keep my weight of the darn thing most of the time. I decide to see how the Discovery shoots lead. I've tested her with tin, but no lead.I can shoot 15 yards inside the house, so I hobble around and get my pellet trap set up. The first pellets I tried were the ones Crosman included with the gun. OK, but nothing to get excited about. I tried some JSB Exact 8.4 grainers and they were about the same as the Crosman pellets. Hmmm. I know, I've got some Beeman Ram Jets that I bought 25 years ago that don't shoot in anything I've ever tried them in. Maybe this is the gun. I bought 15 tins of these from Beeman 25 years ago at maybe $2 per tin of 500. They are marked Blemished, but how bad could they be? They stunk, but what the heck I'll try them anyway. They stunk in the Discovery too. I could never figure out why they wouldn't shoot. That is until today. They look just fine, so I thought, I'm going to weigh them and check their consistency. HOLY COW! They run from 9.5 grains to 11 grains in the same tin.This gives new meaning to sorting pellets. I can't do much else, so I sat down and spent a few hours sorting a couple tins. When I got through I took some 9.5 grainers, and some 10.8 grainers and shot them from the Discovery. They both shot a bug hole. I've included some pictures of the before and after groups. I do believe I have finally found a gun that will shoot these pellets. At least at 15 yards, and I've only got 13 more tins of 500 to sort. I can't wait to try them at 40 yards.I forgot to mention, the Pellet holes at 12 o'clock are my aim points. I learned a long time ago, that if you can't hold small, you can't shoot small.