Good solid old 22's. I've still got the clip fed 87 I got when I was 7 yrs
old. Been cut back and re-crowned once, reblued and refinished, drilled
and tapped for a scope---still running strong after a bajillion rounds.
Have a tube fed one that's been sitting in a corner of the barn for
darned near 30 years, still goes bang when required. It isn't pretty,
but it works!
Not the sexiest 22 in the rack, but a good solid model that just keeps
on working. They seem to be actually edging up in value a bit, but
I still see good shooting examples around here for under $75.