In 1971 I bought a Single Six at a K-Mart. I think I paid about $85.00 A few years later I joined a small Club in Indiana and every fall we put on a trapping demonstration and education program with some rimfire shooting added. One of the contests was with 22LR pistols and revolvers. A 5 bullseye target was placed at a distance of 25 paces and each of 5 shooters fired one shot at one bullseye and the closest to the center won the pot. We usually fired from the sitting position with our arms braced on our knees, but occasionally standing or prone. One or two hand holds were allowed, shooters choice. I hardly ever lost sitting or won standing but usually left at the end of the day with at least $20.00 in winnings. My Single six using Winchester T22 was very accurate. Over the years I won enough money to have bought several more Single Sixes.. I also won some money shooting the same target at 50 paces with my Winchester 9422 and T22, but not nearly as much as I did with the Single Six. I still have her but only shoot it about once every 2 years for fun. It still shoots accurately with Norma ammunition. Sadly I sold the 9422 but made a bucket of money over what it cost me.