So recently I have been shooting alot at whistle pigs (They are a large ground squirrel).. Problem is that I am not hardly hitting them.. I Would say that I am hitting about 15% of the time from within 20 yards. I Blame this on the sights of the Taurus Model 94 Revolver I have been shooting. But its my wifes gun & she likes the sights as is (for the 50 or so rounds she has shot out of it). So I am in the market for a new .22lr pistol that I can do with as I choose & will most likely be adding a scope or red dot to. As this is simply a "toy" and wont be used for anything serious I don't want to spend a fortune on it. It will be used for shooting at varmints outside of hunting season & for grouse during bow season (arrows cost too much) as long as its lighter then my wifes Taurus. So far I am leaning towards a Baretta u22 Neos due to low cost & good reviews. I also really like the fact that I can mount the sight to the barrel & change the barrels without having to re-sight so I can carry with a 4.5" barrel during bow season & the 6" with red dot or scope the rest of the time. But since I know very little I want the opinions of people who hopefully know more then me being as that I am an avid bow hunter & my 1 and only gun doesn't get shot (its an old Winchester lever action model 94(?) that shoots a hard as hell to find .375 winchester load). Fact is I would probably sell it if it wasn't a family heirloom.