Very nice! I describe the Camp Carbine as a Ruger 1022 on steriods.....
How's the trigger? Heavy with a little creep? If you take the sear out and use some rouge or polishing compound (NO FILES or you will be sorry) just to take the roughness out on the end that contacts the trigger IMHO it can be marked improvement.
Trigger feels like a heavy 2-stage; but I found the break point pretty soon. The Millet scope is so-so; lots of light, and sturdy; but I had to move the magnification up to 2x from 1.5x in order to get it to focus. On the other hand, the crosshairs adjusted quickly and stayed put after the first shot.
Found a setting where I'm 3" high at 50 yds, and 4" low at 100 yds. So hold to the bottom of the bull at 50, and the top of the bull at 100.
Not afraid to !gently! polish; can use a hone too, if needed. But so far, the trigger group disassembly intimidates me a bit.
Ray, the trigger group disassembly is a brease - it is the RE assembly that requires some fortitude and the correct size pins to hold the parts in place while you push through the side plate. Every one needs a hobby....... ;D
ray you can use different diameter nails as assembly pins. while you have it down remove the magazine safety and replace the 'forked' shaped piece on the trigger pin with correct sized washer with a flat filed on the edge to fit.
this does help the 'griity' feel a bit.