Unfortunately, I have to revise my previous opinion of the Beretta Bobcat, and downgrade it. From our experience, we can no longer recommend it as a reliable, concealed carry option. From my research online, we are not the only ones to have experienced a jamming problem with this model pistol. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1hJ4S8LnHE?rel=0 This brand new, .22 caliber, Beretta Bobcat 21 has been sent back to the factory twice to fix a jamming problem. We've used the recommended ammunition: Winchester Wildcats and CCI Stingers, and various other versions and brands, all with the same result: this pistol constantly jams. We have followed the recommended oiling and cleaning, but nothing works. The pistol fails often to fire; it fails to eject. This video is our test after getting the gun back after the second factory "service." We are very disappointed. I'm interested to know if the higher caliber versions (.25 and .32 Tomcat) are more reliable due to increased powder. My previous hopeful "review" is here.