Just thought I would come back and say thanks for the input from everybody. I bought the rifle off of Gunbroker, got it by Christmas, and shot some test loads through it today. I did get a box of Win Supreme loads from relatives but they didn't shoot so well and the nickel that came out on the swab I ran through it means I'm not shooting anymore of that ammo unless I pull the bullets and chamfer the cases. The curls of nickel and peeled up bullet/coating is actually visible where bullet meets the case.
Gun is overall in great shape, still had some copper in the bore but got all that out before shooting my test loads (85gr Combined Tech BST 50-52gr in .5gr increments). No visible action wear and the "scratch" in the stock isn't even through the finish and took me over a minute to find the first time.
Scope is not branded but is good enough to hold me over till my birthday anyway.
Here's the gun after I got it all cleaned and tuned up.
Here's the load I don't think anyone can argue with, although I take it more as "luck is a sign" as I wasn't holding that steady and my heartbeat is enough to move more than a 1/4" when not braced properly. If the hole had been any cleaner I wouldn't have even known it was a 3-shot group. Win brass, CCI primer, 52gr H 100v, 85gr CT Ballistic Silvertip.
Although one question I have is about the stock... I can't seem to find pictures of any 112 BVSS with a stock that doesn't have the black cap on the foregrip (like mine) but still has the accutrigger. What are the odds it's an aftermarket stock?
I have heard there are replacement springs to change in the accutrigger to bring the pull down to 1.5lbs as in the law enforcement and target actions with the red triggers, any source on those springs?