I had to send mine back in when I first was able to fire mine. The internal mag did not want to accept any rounds and there was a piece missing according to ASGI. I went to fire when I received it again and it shoots hard to the right. Enough that the scope cannot be adjusted to compensate. I plan on upgrading the barrel, but I do not know what barrel it will accept. Anyhow, it jammed on me again, the magazine I mean. The follower that pushes the rounds into the breach jammed. The whole "magazine" is nothing more that a poor string and a spring. When I received the rifle back from ASGI, the string does not want to stay in the track that it's supposed to sit. Because of this, the plate that closes over the magazine will randomly open because of the string. If you close it and the string gets caught, the rifle won't load because the string will not allow the spring to continue its path. In my opinion, the magazine was designed by an idiot.
I plan to upgrade the barrel and hope that the accuracy gets better.
Overall, I'll give it a three.
-Looks nice, real wood and steel in places where it counts
-The scope is a nice touch.
-Realistic markings are nice
-Magazine was designed by an idiot, once again my opinion
-Mine shoots too far to the right, enough where I can't compensate with scope zeroing
-Pain to take apart
-The orange tip is too large to put on bayonet which renders it useless
-Cleaning rod that is attached to rifle is useless and just for show
-Not a big thing, the box they give you is really nice, but when you attache the scope you can't put it in the box unless you detach scope. Not a big then, but to detach the scope you need a Flathead screwdriver
-I don't know the Nagant that well, there's no obvious safety