Bought a Taurus 94 about 3 years ago. It's a 4 inch stainless 9 shot double action. With the .22 shortage I haven't shot it much for a year. Now that I've been finding ammo, I've been shooting it quite a bit. What fun it is. I saw a post the other day," .22 is Boring". Not to me. I shoot 9mm and 45 acp mostly for defensive practice. I'd nearly forgot how much fun it is to plink. I can shoot it very accurately and my 5 year old grandson, loves to watch me shoot balloons at 25 yds. In the last month, we've been through 5 bags of balloons. It's a joy to see him clap his hands when I pop them. I've got two .22 rifles, waiting for him to grow a bit more. Start them young. I did that with both of my sons. I taught them about revolvers and semi-autos. Especially how to check if they're loaded and how to safely unload them. Figured if they were with friends and one of them swiped his dad's handgun, I wanted them to be the one to take it and unload it before something bad happened. If only more people did that. Happy shooting. First shot.