For the .22 revover, avoid the Taurus model 94. It has a trigger that takes a mighty pull and is therefore difficult to keep on target. From what I have read online, it is a permanent feature and good gunsmithing will not improve it very much. I have a couple Smith & Wesson .357 revolvers that make me pretty happy. They are well made and shoot pretty straight. Of course I shoot .38 most of the time.