Seeing that I am new here, can anyone enlighten me how to grip a spring-piston pistol. I got my little Industry QS35 two weeks back. I have tried for days to get a decent group but tried as I might, the smaller group I got was a 4 inch straight line. I have tried Isosceles, Weaver and Chapman stances with all degrees of griping strength from having the gun lying loose in my hand to almost gripping the gun to death. The bad part is that the sights are good and the trigger is light and I am sure that I wasn’t flinching. I think it is the spring/pistol being too heavy in relation to the pistol and it throws the pistol off balance as it travels down. Just to test my theory, I took my Bushnell Scope off my center fire rifle and stuck it on top of the pistol’s receiver. By using a grip I learnt while shooting metallic silhouettes (holding the pistol close to the body and grip the back of the scope with left hand, just in front of the eye), using the scope as a lever, I was able to keep the barrel from flipping up unpredictably and I am now shooting 1 inch group from 10m. The problem is, I brought the thing so that I could have fun shooting with open sights and I certainly don’t think my scope is going to last too long this way. Besides, I don’t think this is the correct way to tackle the problem. Any suggestion/comment on the correct grip for a springer pistol?