Last Friday I brought home the Cricket .22 I promised my son for qualifying for State in 4H BB gun shooting. Wish I'd inspected it at Wally World - didn't think I needed to since its such a simple rifle - who could screw it up? Well apparently the guys at Keystone Sporting Arms could. First working of the bolt (or attempt to work the bolt) told me it had serious problems. Wouldn't slide forward or back without binding and locking up. When it binds you can't force it to open or close without wiggling it back and fourth (you can put enough direct pressure on it to bend the bolt handle and it still won't move - ask me how I know). My son got to hold it before it went back in box. He couldn't work the bolt in any manner. Since its wally world - no returns. I get the pleasure (and cost) of shipping it back to Keystone for repairs. There is no way anyone at the factory worked the bolt and thought "That's pretty good".