For some reason I been shooting .22's a lot lately. Funny thing is last deer season the best one I had was a pistol so I went squirrel hunting with it one day....got 9. Since then I have gotten a Ruger 10-22, a Remington, a C-Z and now a Kimber. I have done so much to the Ruger...a new walnut stock from Kimber...had the bolt polished...new trigger springs, so I don't have to squeeze the trigger with vise-grips anymore... a new buffer..it sure is a pretty rifle now. The Remington I got for my son who lives with his mom in the same town I do so it stays here till I go with him hunting or shooting. The C-Z I really haven't shot much but I think I'm going to like it a lot. For the price I think it will be a company to keep an eye on and maybe try some other rifles. As for the Kimber...what excuse do I use when I miss? This is the sweetest shooting little rifle I have ever picked up. Me and my wife like to shoot at thumb tacks at 35 yards and with this rifle I can't blame it on the gun when I miss. Just an unbelievably sweet gun. Has anyone else tried the C-Z rifles in other calibers? I was thinking about something a little larger...223 perhaps?