Got the chance the other day to take the little carbine out, break in the barrel, and get the Burris 2X7C26 Timberline scope sighted in. Ran about 25 rounds thru it on paper and a couple of bowling pins at the end. Set up @ 100 yards, used Russian hunting hollow points, and started. Not on the paper or holder first couple of shots. Was able to figure out adjustments needed and got it started on the paper. Used both the bench mode on the trigger and the standard mode, both very smooth, really liked using the bench mode. At the end of the shoot I put up a "shoot and see" sticky on the paper, out of eight rounds put five in the 10X the other 3 were still in the kill zone on a deer or pig. Nice light handling rifle, scope is plenty good for plinking at bunnies on up to deer with in the rifle's & shooter's range. For me I would hunt up to 150 yards with this set up. In the past that would be 90% of the game I have taken. I can see it being used for a carry gun in a pick up, youth rifle (very little recoil), and/or cheap shooting plinker. Very nice addition to the rifle collection.