I am hoping some of the more experienced shooters here can give me some guidance. I used to own a Ruger MK II, but sold it because breaking it down to clean was a royal pain. I want to buy an accurate, reliable .22 semi-auto pistol with adjustable sights that is relatively easy to break down and clean. So far, I am considering the following: 1. Browning Buckmark 2. SW 22A 3. Hammerli (or Walther, Steyr, or whoever makes them these days) Trailside/Xesse 4. Ruger MK III with aftermarket breakdown kit 5. SW M&P22 6. Walther SP22 So, I have the following questions. How do these pistols compare in terms of accuracy, reliability and ease of maintenance? I have heard that the Trailsides often fail to stay locked open after the last shot - is that your experience? Do the Ruger breakdown kits work and are they easy to install? Are the Buckmarks worth the price premium? What other pistols should I consider? Thanks in advance for the advice.