Just got back from the range today. I picked up a used 995 last week and decided to just swing by the range and make sure it worked before I started tinkering with it. These things are just too fun and way too accurate for the price. I had the guys at the range with the hopped up AR15s, FN's and AKs lining up to try it out. I brought just 1 box of ammo to make sure it functioned properly but people were running back to the local hardware store down the road and cleaned them out of 9mm just to shoot it. This thing ate EVERYTHING from crap Wolf ammo to Corbon and Hydrashoks (told you they literally cleaned out the store) and not one problem after probably 1000 rounds. 25yards, 50yards, 100 yards, nothing was safe. I have to admit it was the most fun I've had at the range in quite awhile and more than one person was impressed enough to go looking to buy one after the day was done. I ended up making a bunch of new friends and what started out as a quick stop ended up as an 8 hour day where we all tried each other's guns out from 22's to AR's, AK's Glocks, XDs, HK USP, SKS's (which proved they are accurate at 200yards btw) a Nagant, an Enfield and one Barrett 50. We had all kinds of crap to shoot too. People were bringing water bottles, appliances, watermelons, concrete bricks, tons of empty liquer bottles and my paintballs and golfballs (Paintballs go POOF when hit) BTW, the other suprise was a Saiga 308 with a russian sidemount scope that was dead on at 300 yards.