I posted earlier about finally getting a Wrangler. Well, I got a chance to take it to the range today and fire it. It is new and stiff. As I shot it it began to smooth and loosen up. I intended to put about two hundred rounds through it but it began to carbon up at a little over a hundred rounds so a hundred and fifty rounds is all I put through it this time. I used cheap ammo, Federal Lightening and Remington Thunderbolts. I wanted to make sure it would go bang, I will test ammo to see what it likes later. The important thing to me is that at ten yards POA and POI are the same. You aim at the target and that is where the bullet strikes. I had none of the problems I have read of others having. No off center groups and all groups were tight. The only problem I had was not the gun's fault. I was at an indoor range that afforded little light on the front sight so my shooting was not as good as I would have liked until I started taking more time with each shot and making sure I had a good sight picture with the darkened sight. A little paint should cure that.