After finally getting a straight answer about transporting my gun without a carry license. (turns out as long as it's unloaded and in "some container" I can take it wherever) I went to the local range and ran 150 rounds of Federal Lightning rounds through the HP22A. I was rather surprised by how well it shot. It felt good in hand, and very natural feeling to operate. Only one round failed to fire out of the entire three boxes. It was a LOT louder than I expected it to be. I assume it's the short barrel length. I've shot .22 rifles in the past that sounded like cap guns. Accuracy is...eh. At 10 yards I was able to put most of the rounds where I wanted them. When cranked out to 25 yards though, I was lucky to even hit the paper, again I'm thinking barrel length has a lot to do with this. So I may be ordering the 5" barrel for this gun. Over all for a gun that cost a massive $130 and firing ammo that's $1.50 a box It's a lot of fun for very little expense. Though I may have to stock up on ammo as I had to go to three different places to even find .22LR in stock, and NO ONE has the CCI that supposedly this gun likes the best.