This is a gun not many people have heard about. Those that have liken them to the philippine imports sold under many names. Some have heard the name, but don't know guns are still being sold under it. They still sell the .22's, and their high dollar guns are still made by Bob Shea. This particular gun is fully American made, with many of the parts being GI NM parts. It came with a group guarantee of 3" or better at 50 yards. This is the Highstandard Camp Perry model. She's not very pretty, but she wasn't made for looks. It has a USGI National Match bushing, barrel, link, and trigger. Not bad for 1K otd. Now on to my range report. Well, I gave her a workout the other day. It went just about how I expected. I tried some 452460 200gr short wadcutters (4.0gr of Bullseye) through it, and it choked. I expected that, and was not worried. It is after all a hardball gun. I switched over to some 230gr T.C National bullets over 4.5 grains of 700x, and ran 100 trouble free rounds through the gun. Since today was only a function test, I didn’t bother to sight in the gun, nor did I bring the good ammo. They must have sighted the gun at the factory though, as knocking steel at 50 yards was no chore. I was a little iffy about buying a gun from a company that is not mainstream any more, but she proved to be a good one.