So after nearly 3 weeks of owning it, I finally got to shoot the AK. It was far more accurate than I was expecting, but it's evident that I'm hardly a stellar marksman: Both are 25 yards away over iron sights on a bench. Left target first, right target second. The group on the lower-right of the second target was shooting at the black swirl. This was at an indoor range with crappy lighting and A/C howling down the range, so the target was dancing around in the wind and not terribly easy to see. Otherwise, I clearly need to improve my shooting. Looks like I need to adjust the sight since it's shooting a bit left. Recoil is more authoritative than richk's AR, and the muzzle flash is downright impressive (5 foot flames!). I expected it to be quite a bit dirtier given the horror stories I hear about Wolf, but it was hardly dirty at all after ~75 rounds. I had aout 3 failures to feed, 2 of which were the last round in the magazine. I also think I boiled out the last of the cosmoline around the forward grip. The barrell and other directly-attached metal parts got a bit warm. Overall it was fun. If you're in the northeast DFW area and want to shoot indoors, I highly recommend The Bullet Trap. Friendly staff, and allright facility, and almost none of the stupidity that Elm Fork inflicts on its customers. If only the guy next to me renting an AR to shoot for the first time had a clue about firearm safety and operation... Somewhat related - I hate CCI blazer in 357 magnum. Not only is the kick considerably less than regular 357 ammo (leading me to suspect that it's not propelling the bullet at 357 magnum velocities), but the shells are a real nuisance to extract - as if the casings expand a tad more than brass shells.