Ordered a scope mount from Pymarid Air Rifles which clamped on the metric sized rail and slapped on a Burris 3x9 as it was the only scope on hand without rings.
Rounded up a box of once fired Federal brass, some 180 grain Nosler Partitions, and some H4350.
Started with 51 grains to sight in the scope and groups were about 3 inches apart at 25 yards. Before starting I moved the jack (regulation) screw a couple of clicks to adjust the right barrel closer as I heard a couple of horrow stories of the right barrel being wayyyyyyyy off to start. Wished I hadnt of done that because I am convinced the rifle would of been almost dead on if I didnt move it.
Worked up to 54 grains and at 50 yards three separate 2 shot groups were 1 inch, thats right, 1 inch but they were crossing. Both barrels shot to the same point as far as elevation. And my shooting technique was not the greatest as the forearm was being rested on the rest as I supported the rear of the rifle. The god awful long trigger pull didnt help matters either and I bet once the triggers are worked on this rifle will be a tack driver.
Next trip out I will play with the regulation a little bit more so the barrels do not cross and move the target back to 100 yards and see what happens.
For a $700 double rifle this thing rocks! No signs of excessive pressure but sure do wish the 06 was rimmed as it would make pulling the empty cases out easier. Outside of the long long trigger pulls my only complaint is the fact the safety automatically goes on when you open the action. After regulation is complete the iron sights will get fixed and it will be scopeless. Recoil was mild. Might play with 220 grain slugs in the future just to see what happens.