Anyone have experience with LilGun in a .22 K-Hornet. Load data and the guy I got the rifle from say about 13.0 to 13.5 gr. with 40-gr. bullet with shoot "tiny groups". I started with 11.8 and worked up to 13.8 in .2-gr. increments. My first time at the range with 12 three-shot groups was a best of 4" at 50 yards. Went home, took off stock and checked out bedding, retorqued the screws and verified properly floated barrel. Took off the scope and put on one of my 36X Weavers. Went back to range with four three-shot loads of 12.8, 13.2 and 13.6. Sighted the scope with Hornet factory ammo which gave me three shots into .75" at 50 yds. without trying. Proceeded to shoot my four groups with a best of 3" at 50 yds. Literally can't get two shots in the same county! Something is wrong. Went home, did another set of four three-shot loads and back to the range with the Chrony, hoping it would show me something to help figure out the total lack of accuracy. First shot through the Chrony with 13.5 of LilGun behind 40-gr. Vmax showed 3,710 fps!! Great I'm thinking, now the Chrony is going crazy. Next shot was 3,690. I actually shot 10 rounds which were all over 3,600 and went into a 6" group at 100 yds. No pressure signs, no flattened primers, nothing. The only other powder I have on hand that will work in a K-Hornet is H4198. Went to the range the next day with a bunch of loads from 11.5 to 13.8 (all I can get in the case). These all Chrony'd between 2,300 and 2,800 with some three-shot groups at 100 yds. less than an inch. It seems something unusual is going on with the LilGun. Investigation shows that the cap of the Harrell's powder bottle is coated with powder and an oily substance. Also, inside the powder trickler is an oily coating and powder granules. This is not static cling, it is oily. Anybody every experience this?