Nice. Which barrel — 3 1/2″ or 4 1/2″?
I got the 3.5. It is what they had in stock, and I liked the feel of it when I dry fired it in the store. (this 22 can be dry fired all day without damage, as long as a magazine is in place) The trigger is different than what I am used to with a longer travel. Maybe the “surprise” when I have to pull so far to fire makes me more accurate. I had a nice group, with just a few outliers, so I don’t know if the 4.5 inch would have been any more accurate in my hands. Maybe the 4.5 is accurate out at longer ranges, and has a little higher velocity, but it matters not to me. With bulk, cheap, 22 ammo once again generally available, I’m not afraid to shoot up my inventory. I may even try out an indoor range this winter………….a place over the border in NH offers $20 shoots, without a membership, and it is only an hour away, so why not be comfortable?? Such a trip would include some Roadfood too!