I made it to the range today and that new Mossy shoots like a dream...or did. It is going into the hospital tomorrow to remove two obstructions that have gotten stuck down the pipe and I cannot drive them out. I loaded some Trail Boss loads for fireforming and the first 50 loaded with FMJ bullets from XTreme Bullets worked just finer than frog hair. BUT the copper solids I got seem to have needed an extra oomph that they didn't get, and 2 of the pills got stuck in the bore. I thought I saw dirt fly when I fired first round...it flipped a clay bird over 75 yards out. Then the guy next to me started shooting at the birds too and I saw dirt flying all over the hillside so when I fired and saw dirt fly again, I shucked out the empty and fired another. This time the guy was reloading so when I did NOT see dirt fly I checked down the bore and SONOFA...B no light at the end ot the tunnel. I packed up and went home. When I got home I ran a wood dowell in thru the chamber, and about 8-9" from the chamber I found the stuck bullet. It pushed easy...until it hit the one close to the muzzle...about 4 inches from the Muzzle. Now I know I have 2 stuck bullets and the first one is froze solid. Now I have to pay to have them surgically removed. I hope the low pressure loads did not ring the barrel on the inside. The outside looks good. The cases came out dirty but not filthy. Being copper and low velocity I don't think they obturated much if any and most of the smoke and gunk went out forward. Time will tell. It is a heck of a shooter though, here are 2 targets I saved. The round target is a 10 round group shot at 50 yards. I didn't have access to anything farther away. The Dirty Bird oblong target has 2 groups. One 5 shot group and the bullseye 3 shot group. I let the fellow who was shootin next to me pop off 2 rounds in between my 2 groups. The 3 shot bullsyse group shows 2 holes. I must have adjusted the sights right. Now I hope it still shoots after surgery.