Sighted in at 50 yards Monday, using Hornady Superformance Varmit, 50 gr. V-Max. Set it at 1" low. Fired same ammo today at 100 Yards (longest available at my club), elevation right on, windage 1½" left. Without adjusting scope, switched to my reloads - 60 gr. Hornady V-Max ahead of 38 gr. Win760 in new PPU cases, CCI200 primers. The POA was 1" farther left (2½"), but the same elevation. Adjusted the scope to put this loading 1" left, should be good enough for both loads. The RAR is not a pretty rifle, but the ergonomics are good, including the trigger. There is a free 'take-up' before the trigger gets to the sear, then a crisp, smooth let-off. I have no way to measure pull, but what's there is fine, I didn't adjust it. I can't tell you how it grouped, because I fired from a bipod, no rest under the butt, and I am not much of a marksman. I can only say it's good enough for this child. The mags are not good enough, for hunting anyway; one of them feeds well enough for punching paper, maybe 80% functional. The other mag is useless to me. I am going to discuss the mag situation in the bitchin' thread I started awhile back. I have a hypothesis, want to do some research before posting.