these are the (to my limited knowledge) least expensive .22LR models on the market, but shot surprisingly well w/no problems on 100-round checkouts out of the box...
i named the one on the left 'Feinstein' and the one on the right 'Pelosi':
i have to say, however, that my favorite carry is a North American Arms Sidewinder .22WMR in a boots 'n belt holster (carried in my pocket):
of course, nothing beats the improved Seecamp-clone, the North American Guardian .32 ACP:
the Guardian did a nice job on its first 150-round outing of Fiocchi redbox .32 ACP FMJ:
and did pretty good on point-shooting at 10 feet; i was able to 'walk' rounds in from the left - it seemed like i was pointing the barrel downwards, but actually wasn't!
and here's a day at the range (04/24/18); ran a 100 rounds of Armscor .22LR i scored ($0.05/round) in my HP22A (along with a 100 rounds of that crappy Federal bulk - don't ever buy it!), then put my NAA Sidewinder to work with some US-made Fiocchi FMJ .22 wmr - i like the results at 15 feet:
Here's another day at the range using Kel-Tec's NiB model and 50 rounds of Geco FMJ: