Got one, at 1/2 lb heavier than the winchester trapper, its much less goofy looking cause it has a 22" instead of 16" barrel. For asthetics, glad I got this one. Cobbled together a scope mount to wring out the barrel until the right scope mount comes in(it was supposed to be in the box with the rifle, it weren't, so, fingers tapping as they get it righted up for me, via mail......tap, tap, tap....) Off hand at 20 yards the first 10 shots into 9 holes. Very nice at about 7 1/2 lbs loaded, slung, scoped and 9 spare 405's (3 hollow pointed) on the butt cuff. Easy handling and the 4.75lb factory trigger breaks clean after a very short/gritty take up. Prolly needs cleaned out. But for now.......if it shoots groups this size at 100 yards I'm gonna be happy. Real happy with the 20 yard group since its a slap on scope, grab a handful of hand loaded 405g bullets over a healthy charge of H380 ball powder and give it a whirl kind of test. (PS velocity is 1650 on these handloads, plenty of punch, recoil firm but no kick in the face.) What I like: Price, no shipping, no tax, no credit card fee, decent barrel length, great wood to metal fit, nice carved checkering, super smooth barrel, very fine bluing, decent trigger, light, easy to scope (if yours comes with the damn base in the box like its supposed to!), taller comb for scope use, comes with sling swivel mounts installed, rubber recoil pad, seems to be reliable and accurate, much easier to shoulder and carry than the 4.3 ton 1886 lever action i am still trying to sell or trade off.....seems no one wants a heavy gun these days! What I don't like: Red lacquer over rather pretty walnut, hard to extract a spent shell with a scope installed, needs to be cleaner when received (Trigger gritty), where the heck is my scope mount? I think we're going to slaughter a buncha targets and animals this year. Off to the shop to load my round ball girl fart shells for quiet no recoil practice.