It was .22 day at the range so I dusted off my old 125 series 10/22, my new GSG-5 carbine and my new to me flatgate Single-Six and off to the range. The 10/22 is box stock except for a extended mag release and Williams reciver sight and the GSG-5 is a stocker. Accuracy goes to the Ruger although the GSG-5 is supriseingly accurate despite the crude sight's. Reliability the Ruger won hand's down as it just chugged away with no malfunctions of any sort. The GSG-5 will run just fine for awile and then have a bunch of FTE's then run just fine again until a few FTF's due to light fireing pin strikes. The GSG-5 just seems too fussy want's to be run wet and is ammo sensitive. I guess tacti-cool lose's to good old Ruger reliability! My 1957 vintage flatgate Single-Six is a keeper, accuracy is good, functions without a hitch and only a minor windage adjustment was needed. Sorry to ramble on but just wanted to bloviate a bit!