I didnt realise it would be such a difficult question to answer lol.. oh well merry xmas all..
i know mate, you would have thought you was asking a hard question by the way some have answered you, you asked a very simple question, "whats the best .22 gun (pcp multi shot) straight out of the box" you didnt even mention a spring, and you still get the numpy's telling you about them, anyway, you wont go wrong with a hw100 in what ever version you prefer,i had a air arms s410 carbine in .177 off a guy (he only had it a month or two) which had nothing done to it, so you could say that it was straight out of the box and it was so accurate, pellet on pellet, also i had the bsa ultra se again in .177 and that was very accurate as well, some on here will say, you shouldnt have a pcp until you have got use to a spring air rifle first, and then they will tell you to practice, practice, practice, ive never had to do all this as i'm a natural, i only have to zero it the once and thats it, i can shoot pcp/spring no problem, hope this has answered you easy simple question mate,
Fcuk me you must be the nearest thing to god apart from me
So what you are saying is ,after a year of not shooting a spring gun ,you can shoot a 50 yard 20mm target standing shot ?
In answer to your questions, in which it would appear as though you are trying to trip me up. Firstly, where did I mention I was God? You obviously think you are from your comment. Secondly where did I say that I had a gap of a year between shooting?
The answer to your overall question, after a few pellets I'm on target. Why do you find it so difficult to recognise natural talent? My father is a natural shot and that has passed down to me. Infact its shown in my nephew too. I'm not bragging, I consider myself lucky that I don't have the problems others have.
From a very young age all we had was spring rifles, a PCP wasn't around then. Since the pcp's have come out, yes, its made shooting a rifle easier, so much so I have no need for a spring rifle because the PCP's are so much better. Would you trade a old morris minor for a M3 BMW? Its like everything, as time goes by improvements are made and that makes shooting that much easier. If you have a natural talent for shooting then it only serves to make your life better too.
In the future instead of looking at the negative, make it your New Years resolution to look at the positive, by the way Merry Christmas