I bought some firearms from an estate, more guns than what I wanted but thinking I would then have time to weed out the ones I didn't want. So part of the deal is a stainless Ruger 10/22 with a cheap Bushnell sports view scope. Ho-hummm. Don;t need the gun but for rimfire I LIKE the Bushnell Sprotsview series bacause it's EASY for me to adjust parallax on those scopes and actually make a rimfire scope out of one. So I go ahead and adjust the parallax, remount the scope, clean up the gun because it has a few blemishes on the receiver and go to the range expecting, well, NOT much... So I loaded it with the cheapest ammo I could find in my box (I bought a bunch of cheap Thunderbolts just before the .22 shortage and I'm trying to burn them) and SURPRISE!!! I'm getting THIS at 50 yards... Hummmmm... BUT something kept bugging me and I remembered I never torqued down the screws on this gun, a habit I've picked since I got a Kimber out of the box with loose screws. I brought no tools with me but I picked up one of my empty .308 cases because the rim fits nicely into the slot of the action AND band screws on the 10/22 and tightened it down. And I'll be dammed if they were not loose!!! So I buckled down on the bench to really try and THIS happens... Yep, that's FIFTY yards with an off the rack 10/22, topped with an inexpensive scope and shooting Remington Thunderbolts! I think I'll keep this one.