I was able to shoot out a little further this past weekend. I set up a coconut, and a golf ball on top of a can at 50 yards. The only target I was able to hit was the coconut. I wasn't able to hit the golf ball. What I did find that was interesting, was that past 30-35 yards, possibly 40, the pellets seemed to get pretty unstable. Instead of traveling in a straight line, they would actually start an upward and out to the left arc and then come back across the center line. Really visible on the all the skirted pellets, not as bad once the pellets started getting heavier. The Sniper Mags were still exhibiting that behavior, but it wasn't as pronounced. The Baracudas also didn't seem to have that bad of a spin. It really calmed down with the NSA slugs; the flat tails at 21 grains didn't loop as bad, and the 28 grain boat tails actually kept the closest to the center line. The skirted pellets were going almost out of view of the scope; that's how bad it was. The 14 grainers were almost at the edge of view on the scope. The Sniper Mags were about halfway off between the center and the side.
PCP? Hmm... I'm thinking a Sumatra .25 carbine for now. Next year will probably see me adding a big bore to the list.