With the tripod setup, the rifle barely moved on report, so I could watch ballistic tips impact in the scope, much like you can with a good rig on a prairie dog hunt. It was not uncommon for us to shoot our limits from a single tree, as the squirrels were mobbing a big pignut, hickory, or beech. The straight-pull action really shined with this kind of quick shooting. Running a suppressor took the crack out of each shot, too. The total package was as fast, accurate, and deadly a rimfire combo as I’ve ever seen.