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This is THE little .22 or .17HMR rifle to have. Yes, it is based only on the Anschutz 64 action and not the 1500 action as the more expensive Anschutz .22, .22 WMR and .17 HMR rifles have, but this is the very best of the around 1000.00 rifles. I have had Anschutz rifles since 1968, all target guns. Recently bought a .17 HMR, so happy went out and ordered same gun in .22 LR. Function is flawless, finish is beautiful, stock is nicer than those on the Anschutz except the Machmeister grade. The trigger is the single stage although I would have preferred the two stage that is on the series 64 action when it is a target rifle. BUT it is fully adjustable for sear engagement (most important) and weight and over travel although the stock weight setting screw has a very deep section that tensions the spring and the resultant trigger weight is too heavy. Just take it out of the trigger group, chuck it in a drill or drill press and grind down the height of that heavy section to reduce tension on the trigger and one gets a really fine 2.5 to 3 pound trigger pull that is sharp as one can find these days. Use the Warne scope bases and the two piece vertically split Warne rings (either fixed or quick detachable) as they do a great job and look really nice on the gun. Other rings particularly the ones that are "tip off" design, regardless of cost (Burris are the nicest I have found) still look a bit "clunky" so I have used Warne bases and rings these past 7 or so years with great results.