Well, took it out to the range, and I have to say that this little gun is extremely fun to shoot.
I must make a correction. The pistol will not shoot both .22 rounds at once. I made a rookie assumption because of how the DAO hammer (covered) is set up. After thinking about it, I do like the fact that I discharge one round at a time. Better to have two shots, than one.
The little piece can shoot accurately up to about 10 yards (i.e. keeping the bullets within a 14 inch circle). After that it becomes hit and miss until you get to about 25 yards and you are lucky to hit anything past that...lol.
Had no problems with firing off rounds. I used Winchester Super X 36 grain .22LR Hollowpoints. There were a couple rounds that did not go off with the first hammer strike, but after I squeezed the trigger again, I coaxed the rounds to ignite. I blame that on the ammunition, and not the gun, because in the 250 rounds I put thru it today, I saw no "light strikes".
Bottom line for me is I think it's the best 55 dollars I spend on a cheap little firearm. Tons of fun, and I can put it to some good use as a little hiking pistol (load up some .22 buckshot rounds for snakes and other little critters). Plus, it makes for a good little last-ditch type defensive gun.