Now that I've had a little more range time, I thought I'd write my review of the Henry US Survival rifle. I had heard that since Henry took over this rifle they had made some improvements, but most of the stuff you see online is from people who had one when Charter Arms was making them and it wasn't good. When I first got it I put 100 rounds (over two days) of CCI mini mags through it without a glitch. But what gun doesn't work good with mini mags? Today was a little warmer out so I took and put about 150 rounds of Federal HP bulk pack through it. Only two FTF because of short cycle. This isn't bad considering my Ruger SR22 doesn't do this good with Federals and it's got 1000s of rounds through it. Although the front sight is plastic and you can use your thumb to drift it over, it doesn't move while firing. The barrel nut has stayed tight while firing unlike some of the old reviews talk about. The trigger pull is not wonderful but you really don't notice it much when your squeezing off shots. Besides, it's a survival rifle not a bench rest target rifle. I put a pop can out at 15 yards and put a couple shots through it. Move it out to 25 yards and shot it a few more times. Then out to 50 yards and I was still hitting it without a problem. I haven't tried it past 50 yards yet. I have to give this rifle a thumbs up. It does what it's supposed to. It packs down small enough to fit into a back pack. It seems dependable. And it will easily take small game out to 50 yards or further.