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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: York County, PA
Congrats on winning it... You'll be glad to have one in your arsenal. I picked one up mainly for groundhog management around the house. With my .22, I'd often hit chucks square, only to have them get up and run under my shed and die there, stinking the place up for the next week or do. That hasn't been a problem with the .17. With a cheap BSA Sweet 17 scope, I can get MOA off the bench at 100 yards, which is plenty good enough for me. The only modification I did to mine was to disassemble the Accutrigger and polish everything, which made a pretty good trigger even better. Overall, a very solid gun and a great shooter.
"Well boy, you ain't gonna git nothin' layin' in that bed." ~My ol' man