So, I always wanted a 38-55 and I had a Savage #99 that another TFF member wanted, so we traded. It was a regular post 64 that was re-barreled with a Alberta Diamond Jubilee commemorative barrel. I have shot it some and even shot a deer with it. Friday I went to my favorite LGS that has a 25' indoor range and shot it for show. Offhand, but leaning against the divider wall I shot a good open sight group. I just wanted to know where (kinda) it was hitting. The bottom 7 holes were warm up shots, figuring out where to put the bead, etc (when its been a couple of years since you shot it, you need to get comfortable again) and then the 3 shot group for money uhm Venison. I really felt good about the group and the feel of a good strong lever action snugged against my cheek. One day, I will buy one of my dream guns.A 38-55 1894 SRC made before 1925. But until then, I have this pretty carbine!