Stock: You have got to upgrade this to make it shootable. I knew I was buying a 22, but the stock on my BB gun is on par with this one. I upgraded the stock and added nylon spacers.
Trigger: really, surprisingly good. I've shoot geiselle, volquartsen and timney and this one is good. It is better than expected.
Action: sticky, not like my remington 700, but I can't and shouldn't expect that out of a 22. It's sufficient. I think it will wear in.
Accuracy: once I got the know the rifle, I was dead on at 50. I punched one ragged hole in the bullseye after 4-5 mags.
Magazines: buy some ten rounders. I've got no beef with the mags but am not going to rave about them. I've no failure to feeds and the mag seats well. It is a little awkward to get in and out. I'd say they are less than expected.
Bottom metal: I upgraded with dip products. The bottom metal was really flimsy and I needed the upgrade with the new stock. That's another $40.
Metal finishing: it's ok. It's rough, but looks durable. I'll end up rattle canning it.
Upgrades: You're limited on types of upgrades (the 10/22 seems endless when shopping for upgrades for this gun).
Though it's a $200 gun, you will put another $120 plus into the stock and $40 into bottom metal. Without the upgrades, I wouldn't shoot it much. With the upgrades, what a shooter! So much fun! It's a great price if you like projects like this.
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars!