took my buck mark to the range twice this weekend and i have to say that i am very happy with my purchase. as well as how well it will fit the role that i had planned for it. those would be trigger time for me and a starter pistol for my wife to learn some of what i enjoy so much. (really liking target transitions too) i did do the trigger spring flip and that made the trigger so nice i could not believe it. the weapon its self is heavy enough which i like because its big brother is a 1911. i think that the buck mark is heavier than my kimber but not by much. the buck mark seems to shoot almost any ammo. some ammo was a little more accurate than others but all cycled well. it didnt like remingtons golden bullet very much as i had 6 FTF out of 100 rounds and only 2 other FTF on all other rounds i fired over 800 rounds and two cleaning. federal lighten, and cci high velocity were the best overall but even the blazer was plenty accurate with good cycling. if anyone out there is thinking of a .22 pistol the buck mark is a very nice choice and you get every bit of what you pay for and comes highly recommended by many people of this site.(where i got the idea to get mine). sorry no pictures my computer is still smarter than i am.