My son and I were heading up to the Owens Valley to do some bird hunting so we packed a couple of extra guns to do some plinking and stopped at one of our shooting spots on the way up. We were mainly shooting our old pumpkins from Halloween/Thanksgiving so this is not really an accuracy report, but I can tell you it worked well on the pumpkins! Although the .22 Mag from the Single Six burns a lot of its powder outside of the barrel, it inflicted noticeably more damage to the pumpkins. The .22 LR just poked holes through it but the .22 Mag was blowing off chunks. Not very scientific, but it was very easy to see the difference. Here are some pictures of the my old Single Six, a Catch22 ammo holder, and the .22 Mag in all its glory. They are great little guns and a ton of fun to shoot!