Just finished it. Still not a beauty queen winner,and my first time painting a rifle, but it's far less fugly. After: Sorry for the cellphone pics. If anyone cares enough i'll take some with a real camera. Impressions so far: Trigger: decent, i can work with it. Front Sight: attrocious, the bead is tapered large to small from muzzle to aft and covers the whole bulls eye at 20 yards. Rear Sight: Not horrible, but not great. I'm going to swap for an aftermarket peep. 22 Barrel: seems okay. with the horrid sights i was able to shoot pretty tight groups. 410 Barrel: Needs a choke. Shot an 18" pattern at 20yds with no6 hunting shot. I wouldn't shoot at a grouse or quail outside of 15 yards. I'm wondering if a gunsmith could do some sort of screw in choke. Overall, i have to say i like it despite it's warts. It's just so light and handy and points really well. With improved sights and a little better range for the shotgun and i will love it. I took my 7 year old daughter for her very first marksmanship session and it was perfect. I like how the action really slows everything down and makes for very deliberate movements. I paid $360 at walmart. Cabelas had it for i think $420, but now has it on sale. I usually shop at smaller independent shops but nobody had one in.