After getting clarification that i'm all go for a new .22 pistol this weekend... I need some advice on which one to choose. I have one new gun store available to me and that is Gander Mtn (or Price Gouge Mtn...whichever). After glancing at their stock today (but i didn't get to handle any of the guns) here's is what's available for what i am prepared to spend. S&W 22A - $229 new or there was a used one for $189 Ruger MKIII Standard with 4 3/4" barrel - $319 MKIII with 5.5" bull barrel - $349 22/45 with 5.5" bull barrel - $319 Buckmark Camper in stainless with fiber optic sight - $329 And two different Beretta Neos versions. One was $219 and had a real cheap blue plastic looking grip, the other was was $249. They both looked like 6" barrels. I already own a P22, so that's out. And i held the 22/45 the day i bought the Walther, and it really wasn't all that comfortable to me. The P22 is not quite as accurate as i would like...i wouldn't feel confident trying to shoot a squirrel out of a tree 30 yds away or so with it. So this time i would like to get something a little more accurate out of the box. The MKIII has a ton of options as far as upgrades and stuff for later, but i don't want to NEED to do those to get the performance i want...especially since that's the most expensive one off the bat. I will be installing a red dot on this one, and from what i have heard some (maybe all) of the Buckmarks require removing the sight rail before breaking the gun down for cleaning. Is this true (for the Camper anyways)? And if so, how big a deal is that with a red dot? I would think it would need to be re-sighted every time you remove it. That could be a deal breaker. I also don't know about the MKIII with the standard barrel...is it a waste? I don't know anything about the Neos...but i have done a fair amount of research on the others. And have not held any but the 22/45, so obviously that will play a factor. But other than that, what should i get? Opinions or advice?