I finally got around to taking pictures, so I figured I'd just throw them up in one thread. First off, my thanks to all the anti-gunners in Congress who voted for the economic stimulus package. It almost completely covered buying this: I've only put about 130 rounds through it, but so far it has functioned flawlessly with both FMJ and Golden Sabres. My "range" at my friends house is a metal spinner target, so I don't have any real accuracy numbers to report, but I definitely hit the target more than missed it. It doesn't feel like you're shooting a polymer frame pistol, due, at least partially, I'm sure, to having such a heavy slide. Muzzle dip as the magazine empties isn't as noticeable as I thought it would be. It is a BIG gun. I went through about 30 holsters before I found one that would fit. I ended up with the Blackhawk, but there was no box. It's a model 1210, if anyone knows what that fits. The Glock 21 holsters fit if you go with leather. I was thrilled that the gun came with three magazines, as Browning/FN mags are traditionally pricey. It fits my hand really well, but only with the flat backstrap. With the arched one installed I can't quite get my pinky around it. It's an easy swap, though - stick a 1/16" pin through the hole and slide it off. Overall, I'm extremely happy with the purchase. I still need to go to a range where I can check the accuracy on paper, and I still need to put some more rounds through it, but I'm confident FN did a great job when they upgraded the 9 & 40 versions. I've been pleased with my Browning Pro 9, but I think I like this one better. On to the second gun. I was in Academy Sports last week with a friend of mine. He was looking for a new .22, and I was going to grab some more .45 ammo. I got a 250 round case and walked over to where he was looking at the pistols. Their Buckmarks were on sale for $250. So, I put the case of .45 back, and we both came home with new pistols. What can I say about the Buckmark that most of y'all don't already know? It's the low end one - Camper - but I don't think there's a lot more than aesthetic differences until you get up into the really high end Buckmarks. I kind of wish it came with a fiber optic front sight, but I'm not going to complain for that price. I've already put 400-500 rounds through it, and it seems like it shoots better the more I shoot it. Anyone who's looking for a .22 should definitely check them out if they haven't already. They're not on sale anymore, but they're still pretty reasonably priced.