I'll start this new thread by stating that I use a single six 17 chambered for 17 HMR. The trigger has been brought down to two pounds, has pachmyer target grips, a nikkon monarch scope and the game points are what I use. Although the accuracy isnt all that great with it....overall it's a decent pistol. Although I would prefer a Smith and Wesson 17 or the taures 17.....I'm pretty much married to this pistol because of the money and effort I put into building it from new. The pistol is actually a little dangerous and here is why: If you don't religiously clean the pistol after 50 or more rounds.....it builds dangerous pressure that is enough to split the shoulders of the cases! I have sometimes felt shards of brass hit me in the face.....which reminds me to never target practice without ballistic eye-wear. The small bore, the cone, and the cylinder become easily fouled EVERY time I shoot past 50 shots. I kind of wish I would have gotten a 22 mag single six......but oh well. It has been a great pistol when Ive learned this quirky thing regarding it's constant cleaning due to the small bore. Man.....I really hope someone gives a field rep. regarding the Taures Raging Hornet......I've always wanted one of those in the worst way!