this is info on the rifle:http://ruger.com/products/americanRimfire/specSheets/8334.html
its much like their regular American RImfire, but it also has a threaded barrel, optics rail, OD green stock, no sights
I call it the mini predator bc it looks just like the Ruger American Predator: http://ruger.com/products/americanRiflePredator/models.html
for mid $300 dollar range you get a few things:
free floated threaded barrel, mounted rail, adjustable trigger 3-5 lbs, takes any 10/22 mag.
so far I had 1 shooting session to dial in the scope (primary arms 6x acss reticle 22LR)
it was a quick session, so i didn't test different ammo too much, only federal auto match and federal gold medal match HV
so far I only shot 1 target to sight in, and 1 target after. so not a whole lot of testing yet.
the trigger is very good for a stock rimfire trigger. short pull, 3-5 lbs.
after i dialed in the scope I shot another target. this is with both the GMM and the auto match ammo: (at 50 yards)
overall I'm very pleased with the rifle
its not a precision bolt action, but you get a lot for the money. decent accuracy so far.
I'll do better testing and separate the ammo for each target in the future and update the thread as I do.
I'm sure i'll get better groupings as i test different ammo.
heres a few pics of the rifle when i got it and with a few accessories:
this is a bx15 mag below:
Looks just like my predator in 308. even has the same muzzle brake. (I added the brakes)