Howdy, all. Snagged a Ruger American Rimfire (full-size .22LR) at Cabela's today. $289 + tax. Uses the traditional 10-22 rotary magazine, and accepts all aftermarket higher-capacity 10-22 mags (to be tested). Set up a target at my indoor range and here's what this rifle does with its flip-up rear and fiber optic front sight at 20 feet using Aguila Super Colibri (primer powered 20 grain lead bullet). Four rounds at twenty feet, shooting supported with only the left elbow rested on a work table. The receiver is drilled for Weaver #12 scope mounts. The synthetic stock is comfortable, but forward of the action, it wanders, and on the left side, it touches the barrel. Semi-free float I suppose. That is an easy fix to remove stock material from the left side. I typically test fire new .22LR guns with Super Colibri, then verify at an outdoor range. The Colibri's, in my experience, show the true potential of the gun. Ordered scope mounts, rings, and a scope from Midway this afternoon. If you find one, it deserves your attention.