The Little Carbine Shot Pretty Darn Well

The next time I shot the 799 from a Stukey's Sturdy Shooting Bench ( at 100, 200, and 300 yards. The Stukey's bench has three heavy steel legs that anchor the bench to the ground. With the scope's crosshairs steady and the barrel cool three-shot groups with two Winchester loads at the three distances were fired. The table shows the 799 and the Burris 10x scope were plenty precise to roll a prairie dog off its mound out to 300 yards. In summary, the little carbine shot pretty darn well...

Rifle Magazine: November 2006 by John Haviland