A fellow teacher knows I collect and play with guns, so she tells me her son's .22 needs some work, and asks if I can look at it. The kid is a freshman, plays football for me. Sure, I'll look at it, what's wrong? The thing that loads bullets is messed up, she says. So, I'm thinking its dirty, won't feed right, whatever...I can probably clean it up, and they'll be happy, or it will be really broken, and I'll get some cheap parts gun or something. So, I take it home last night, it's a 10/22, the mag release is busted, and the mag won't come out. Just so happens...I have a spare trigger module, so I take off the stock, 3 pins almost fall out to drop the trigger module and swap out the release, re-assemble, and the kid's guns works just fine. 5 minutes, easy peasy. Took it at lunch out to the range, drop mag, load up, insert, popped off 10 rounds, 4 slow, 3 fast doubles, drop mag, load 5 more, mag dump...all good. Shoots high right for me with OEM irons, but that's not what I'm worried about. Tell her I got it fixed, it'll cost me $20 to replace the part that I used, she says, "Really? You could fix it? REALLY?" Her sister had taken it to some gunsmith somewhere, he said he couldn't fix the gun, so she was ready to write it off and spend $250+ for another one. Happy mom, happy kid, let me tell you. Oh, at the range, I also sighted in the newly scoped Mossberg 702 Plinskter thumbhole tip down I had bought for $80. $30 Tasco 3-9 Pronghorn. Dead nuts accurate, 5 shots in a 1/2 inch once I got the scope zeroed, and that's shooting over the hood with bulk ammo. Shot the Rascal as well. I wish the aperture was smaller, and the adjustments are crude, but I got it into the bullseye. I already have the rail mounts for it, they block the irons, so it's either/or with this one. I'm thinking I need to find a small low profile scope for it, the trigger is really, really good, and that's with only 10 shots through it After it and the barrel break in a bit, it might be crazy accurate. Funny thing, with the short barrel, it's really loud compared to most of my .22 rifles, and it's so light, it actually recoils!:rofl: Not as in "it hits you", but it does have some muzzle flip, I'm used to seeing the hole appear, but with this one, that doesn't happen, the barrel is up in your sight picture.