I loved mine in .243, but got rid of it because it was a .243. It was accurate, but I don't need a .243 here in OH. The stock is a bit cheesy from the factory, but nothing some sandpaper and some Krylon won't fix. Had mine in a nice shade of OD green and it looked sharp. Most thought it was some sort of aftermarket stock. Trigger was a bit heavy, but nothing that can't be fixed. There are some places online that give you pointers on adjusting the factory trigger or buy an aftermarket one. I would like to pick up another one in .223 or maybe .22-250, but we will see. My .02 cents, go for it, especially at $250.