Ive had a browning hornet for close to 15 years. the only mod i did to it was install a moyers trigger but was never really happy with it. I am going to try the factory one with the timney springs and see how that is. That little rifle shoots amazingly and Ive pounded thousands of rounds down the bore which has lead to the question of how many hornet rounds does it take to wear out a barrel? The only downfall to the rifle is the magazine that only holds 3 rounds. Makes for a real pain in the ass in a gopher field. Ive been planning for years to make a single shot follower for it but have never gotton around to it. I love that little rifle although my recently aquired ruger number 1 in Khorn from Jimmy808's dad has stolen the show a bit.
I shot the rifle today it it shot darn good. 35 gr. hornady and 45 gr. Winchester Ammo(old stuff) both went under an inch with the hornady being best. I also shot some reloads with 45 Sierra's and 1680. They shot about 3/4". Good signs...
I didn't have any high expectations for accuracy but them 35s might really shoot based on a couple of the groups I shot today with factory ammo.
This little Browning might get shot alot more than I imagined.
Forgot to mention that my trigger is a re-sprung factory trigger. When I took posession of the rifle I was advised that the spring had been changed. When adjusted as low as the trigger will allow it is just a hair over 2lb with a clean break. Good enough for me.
By gosh if I didn't land 500 pieces of new r/p brass with the rifle as well. I thought it was all once fired, but its new. Might keep it a standard horn and lee collet neck size. Lil gun will get the first go because I've got a pound here. H110 is up next if it wont shoot lil gun.