I got a chance to do some lengthy shooting today of the rifle/scope combo bought from Dicks for $320+tax. Wood stock in .308 with a no-name scope on top. After calling Mossberg customer service they informed me that it is a Barska scope. All shots at 100 yards. Sorry no pics. First up Remington 150 grain core-lokts: had two failure to fires out of a new box of 20. I was concerned about maybe firing pin problems, but the primers had good penetration. Anyways out of the remaining 18 shots I was all over the place. could not get consistent groups. Was worried that scope was defective. I dry brushed bore after each 3 shot group. Very disappointed with results so far... until I tried next ammo. Next up Winchester 180 grain power-points: All cartridges fired normally. First 3 shot group about 6 inches low, but only 2" spread. Dry brushed bore and adjusted scope 7 inches higher. Next 3 shots 6" higher than bullseye and 1" spread. Obviously scope adjustments are off(1 click= 1/4"). Lowered scope adjustment 3 inches and now hit 1" high of bullseye with a 1" group. Very impressed with this rifle/ammo combination accuracy, even with a cheap scope. Dry brushed bore again. Put scope caps on, and fired 3 more shots. Rifle still maintained 1" high of bullseye with a 1.5" group. Dry brushed bore and put gun away. Very happy with a sighted in rifle 1" high at 100yards. Summary: Rifle is very accurate out of box. Scope leaves a little to be desired with regards to adjustment accuracy, but it will hold a zero. Just imagine my results if I had a quality scope on top. Remington ammo is unreliable (2 FTF's out of one box) :evil: . Winchester 180 grain PP's shoot very well. All in all I would say that this rifle/scope/ammo combo give very good hunting accuracy.