My love affair w/ .22 rimfire guns is long and could be boring. Suffice it to say that when I started acquiring the hardware in 1999, I ended up w/ a handful, some in .22LR's, some in .22mag, in bolt, lever, semi-auto rifles and pistols and revs. In the beginning, I use my rifle in hunting small game, usually birds. If tired and feeling lazy, I did benchrest shooting. This I learned by myself w/ the aid of articles in gun magazines. Then came the handguns. I can still remember when I cant hit a coupon bond target at ten yards w/ a .22 handgun. I thought then that at 10 yards, the target is quite near and my goal is to hit a 1" bullseye at this dist! This was because of my rifle up-bringing where, w/ the aid of a riflescope, a 2" bull is so easy to hit at 50 yds. Then came the great revelation why I could not hit anything w/ a handgun. I happened to buy a brick of armscore .22LR ammo where about 30% of it were dud. Everytime I triggered a dud round I could see very clearly my muzzle dipped. Ive read enough about the malady of flinching but I never had the idea that that was it! I was very puzzled as to how and why this happens. Eventually, I got around it and was able to shoot a handgun. W/ contineous practice I was and still am able to hunt w/ .22 handguns. Now that Im so pre-occupied w/ centerfire pistols, I seldom shoot my .22 guns. But when I do, I have so much fun that whenever I dream or plan of my next project, the majority of me says it will be a single action revolver in the guise of a 7" stainless Ruger Super Single Six w/ interchangeable cylinders in .22LR and .22WMR! Unfortunately, after a many gunshows, my dream gun remains a dream...;Q Can somebody out there help me lobby twin pines to sell my ruger? And whatever I do w/ my .22's, it all ends up to one thing...FUN!