I'm brand new to the forum and if I can figure out how to attach a photo, I can answer the question of accuracy right now.
I just took delivery of my new Ruger GSR and set it up with a Trijicon Accupoint 1.25-4x scope with an amber triangle reticle in a Larue Tactical throw lever mount that I reversed to bring the eye relief to the proper distance. The fact is I just shoot better with a regular scope than a scout scope.
After having read several reports of what I consider rather mediocre accuracy (tactical-size clusters fired at carbine course distances) I was expecting something in the minute-of-whitetail range, so I was pleasantly surprised when my zeroing group from a makeshift rest over the fender of my Jeep measured under 3/4" for three shots using Hornady 168gr BTHPs.
The trigger is light and quite crisp--so much so that I decided to forego installing an after-market trigger and stay with what came from the factory--and that certainly helps.
I have no doubt that the rifle is capable of better with proper break-in and a higher magnification scope, but who cares? In a SHTF scenario I think you'd grab your favorite and go. Right now this is it for me.
The only negatives are the expense of mags (Ruger must be making a bundle selling hunters the 5-round mags they used to supply with the rifle) and the action is stiff and rough, but it's getting smoother with use. An anti-bind guide on the bolt would help.