The accuracy of my charger was good enough for gophers out to 50 yards, but at distances beyond that, hits would be iffy. I shot a number of different types of ammo through it, from high-velocity hollowpoints cooking along at 1,400 fps to subsonic target loads. My best results were with CCI target loads I shot while making an effort to place minimal pressure on the stock. Groups with this ammo (5 shots at 50 yards) averaged .631 inch, while the overall averages for all loads was 1.265 inches. The takedown design, while handy, isn’t built for Olympic-caliber accuracy. Pressure on the stock will cause the firearm to flex and shots to drift.