I ran 100 rounds of Stingers through it at a range on the way home, which cycled 100%. This is slightly impressive because the gun was shipped and stored dry as a bone and I didn’t have any CLP with me to oil the bolt. I hope the trigger breaks in; the release is not terribly bad but the pull weight must be above 10 pounds. It shoots very badly high and right, about 3″ at 40 feet. I will have to adjust the sights, but before I do that I intend to paint it in Woodland camo, just because. Thereafter I think I will keep it in the back of the truck with a brick of ammo (when ammo becomes available by the brick again) for situations in which a .22 rifle may be helpful.