Quite hard to answer that really, you ought first to give your gun to someone who is considered a good shot. See if they can pull tighter groups with it.
You need to rule out the variable, mainly the shooter.
I've done plenty of groups with my tench built target guns over the years that are rediculous tight, but my mates couldn't pull the same groups with the same gun.
The daystate could potentially do tighter groups (I'd expect) is it the gun?the pellets? The person pulling the trigger? Near impossible to say chap.
I had a panther a while back and I couldn't group as tightly as id like with it. My mate could better my groups easily . To his day it's the only time he's out shot me.
I sold it.