So I read this article by Chuck hawks (Rifle Review: Winchester Centennial '66 (Win. '66)) that talks about shooting the Centennial '66. He bought one back in the 1960's and mounted a scope with extended eye relief forward of the receiver. He thought the 26" barrel would add to the accuracy of the rifle and it worked. The article says that he was getting consistent 1.5" groups out of it at 100 yards using flat point bullets. So, of course, I started to think. What could that set-up do with todays optics and the pointed Leverevolution ammo? I have a '66, unfired NIB (like most of them), and thought this might be a really cool deer rifle. Am I crazy, or do you guys think this would work pretty well? If I did it, what would be the best scope to use?