I heard the synthetic stocks look bad, but shoot great. I bought a walnut stock .308 short action at wal-mart for $315. It doesn't look like a low cost rifle like much of the competition. Matter of fact, it's a really nice looking gun. It shoots great and looks good too and there have been little if any reports of issues with the 100 ATR . The last review I read they were very impressed with both the short and long action versions and said the gun was as good or better than guns costing 2 and 3 times as much.not a very good quality rifle
Welcome to G&G and congrats on the new gun! What cal. did you get? FWIW, there is no "one best ammo" that will work in all guns. What you need to do is try as many different brands and weights of ammo in your chosen caliber, as you can afford until you find the one that will hit where you want it to and is of a weight to do the job you want it to do. For instance, if you're shooting at deer, you want to use a bullet that is heavy enough to penetrate far enough to reach the vitals without exploding, but one that will still expand properly. For varmints, you'll want a lightweight bullet that dumps all of its energy as quickly as possible.I just bought a mossberg atr 100 and was wondering if yall had any recomendation on ammo.