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I ordered this pistol from Bud's several weeks ago and as always, it arrived promptly. I have read several reviews on the internet that ranged from terrible to excellent. I have now shot this fine pistol quite a few times and I love it! I have owned several Rugers, a couple Buckmarks, one Sig trailside and even the much acclaimed S&W model 41. There are some features on the fore mentioned guns that may be better than those on the Smith M22, but overall, I much perfer this firearm. The M22 is extremely accurate, easy to add optics and a joy to shoot. Its true that with some ammo misfires are a problem and to operate 100% the gun must be kept clean. That should not be much of a problem, find the ammo it likes and take care of the pistol and this gun will compete with any out there. The trigger on my Model 41 was much superior, BUT I like the M22 better.