I had the opportunity to pick up a near NIB HK 630 with HkO5 scope mount, fairly decent 3x9 scope and 3 magazines: 2 4 rounders and one 10 rounder. Went to the range and shot it this weekend. Grouping at 100yards was fantastic (forgot my phone to take photos). No recoil and just a fun rifle to shoot. I wish HK made these rifles still, as I think they were discontinued in 1986. Any HK old timers know why?? Poor sales or just the American shooting public likes bolt actions? Were they probably too expensive for the average person? $900 for a rifle in the 1980s is likely close to $2000.00 today, and 2000 is a lot for a rifle, but for quality it is worth every penny. I can not wait to try to find a 770 for next year, as the gun fund has been depleted again!! Like I said, this rifle was highly accurate with an average scope. I think if HK brought this sporting line back, they would definitely do well in states such as California, New York and other anti-black gun states. It was a little difficult to field strip, even with a manual, as the bolt carrier as a little stubborn getting out. The quality of all components was unbelievable. Just thought I would mention this great line of forgotten rifles.