Alrighty guys i took all 3 of my kids to the shooting range... There's the Ruger 10/22, Bersa/Firestorm .380, and the Maverick Model 88 Pistol Grip boomstick. And i had way too much fun with the pistol grip shotty... i can not "snap" my fingers with my right hand anymore... and i also found out that after 16 rounds of the shotty, trying to aim the Bersa was a little trying. I had to switch hands on the Bersa's handle, just to steady the thing. Next time i will shoot the firearms in this order: 10/22 or bersa, and the shotty LAST. I shot 35 rounds through the shotty before the range venture was over. Yep, That's 100 rounds of 12ga on the table. Now for the good stuff! Ammo for the 10/22 ranged in price and quality. I tested 3 very different (i think) brands. This is also my first time out with my new extended mag release, 2 piece bolt buffer, and my 3 Eagle 30 round mags. First topic for this report is the magazine: The Magazine Eagle International 30 round - Smoke: Not a complaint as of today. A speed loader would be nice, but that will have to wait. With this mag's plastic lips, you do not get the familiar smoothe loading feel as with the stock rotary, but it's not meant to be the stock rotary; So I will let that slide. AMMO TESTING The first is Aguila's SSS Subsonic: Caddywompus... Put a keyhole in the target every time. They were shy of the aim mark by 2-3 inches at 50 yards. Not only did these "sniper rounds" fail to stabilize, but they STINK. The smell coming from the chamber smelled of burnt plastic, and was not ignorable. I believe it was due to the projectile itself. I was able to marr it with my fingernail, it seemed to be a very "Plastic-y" projectile. The second is American Eagle by Federal: These were the cheapest .22 lr rounds the gun shop stocked when i purchased my 10/22, and he threw in these 2 boxes on the way out of the door. I had very good luck with this round today. Not a single dud, all fired and all were ejected perfectly. Accuracy was a little high at 50 yards, to be expected as these are "High velocity" rounds. The third is Remington Golden Bullets: These too would shoot slightly high at the 50yard stick. I loaded up 3 x 30rnd mags and the 10rnd rotary mag with these golden bullets for a total of 100 rounds. I had 4 failure to fire... for a 1:25 ratio of duds. and 2 stovepipes. I don't think my 10/22 likes them at all! I will not use them again. Thanks for reading my range report. I hope i did well, if you have any questions or smartypants remarks just let me know!