Ruger22LR, Nice shotgun. I had a 12 gauge model 88 that was picked up for me by my parents ( I was still about 10 months from 18, I saved, they bought it for me) back in October of 1991. that shotgun served me well for over 20 years, and i used it as my primary hunting gun for about 17 of those years. I shot many a 25 out of 25 with it at the local Rod and Gun club's skeet range, and it help up to about a hundred " I need to go ut and shoot something before I go off the deep end!" range sessions. In the 20= years I owned it, I probably fired somewhere in the neighborhood of 5,500 rounds through it without any issues.
I got rid of it for 2 reasons. It kind of turned into a safe queen after i lost the sight in my right eye, and picked up an 670 due to it fitting my left handed, short fingered, smaller frame. I found the trigger to be a little further forward than was comfortable for me to fire it left handed. Reason 2 was a friend of mine was dealing with some hard times, and his son wanted to start hunting. He couldn't afford a shotgun for his son, so I passed mine down to him. This was a few years back, and his son has already put it to good use helping dad keep food on the table. In the end, that is what is most important to me. Helping out my family whether they are blood, adopted, or just close friends. That shotgun served me well for over two decades, and I expect it will due no less for it's new owner with the proper care.
Enjoy your new shotgun Ruger22LR, Take care of it, and it will do what you ask of it for a long time.
Is it better to do the right thing for the wrong reason, or to do the wrong thing for the right reason? If you do the wrong thing for the right reason, is it still the wrong thing?
Si vis pacem para bellum.
There are two ways of doing something. Right and again.
If you can't be good, be great at it.