I picked up a fun little plinker! Its a Steven Scout 14 1/2 rolling block 22lr. Was built before WW2 but with out a serial number I have no clue when and don't know much about the rifle. All I know is that it is a fun little plinker that is addicting to shoot! Took it out to the range, put a beer can out at 50 feet and watched that beer can jump backwards each time I fired! That is until midway through the session. Can was laying sideways and I was shooting at the middle of the can. I could not seem to hit the danged thing no matter how carefully I aimed! Got frustrated and went down to stand the can upright for a clearer shot. What I found was right where I was aiming there was a large hole torn through the can and a trench dug behind the can from where my bullets were hitting perfectly in line with where I was standing! I was shooting through the hole! 50 rounds went way too fast and due to limited time that is all the ammo I brought. Sure can not wait to get out to shoot that thing again! Does anyone have more info on these fun little rifles? Ideas about when it was made due to style?