+1 and I still have mine with a World Class 6x to 24x Target Scope Mounted on it. Very very accurate, but I don't shoot it very often anymore. Used it for Varmint Hunting. Prefer Bolt Action or Semi-Auto's these days.I had a heavy-barrelled, wood-stocked one in .223 several years ago. I thought it shot fairly well, was very comfortable in my hands, and was easy to mount a scope on with the provided rail. .
In my experience, versatility is king. Get the one that will work best for the situations you will be dealing with. Having said that, two types of ammo out of one barrel is a good thing. Just take a look at the versatility of a revolver that can fire both the .38 spl and the .357 magnum.......Okay okay.....I'm stuck again.
I've done some more looking around and seen the HR 45LC/410 Survivor and now I'm second guessing myself. I'm not sure if I want one gun that shoots one type of bullet or one gun that shoots two types with one barrel.