Heres my vote Rollo.
I have one and couldn't be happier.
I have a hard time getting it away from my kids,(21,17,15) to shoot the dang thing myself.
Bought it used from a co-worker for $250, with both cylinders. Its blued w/5 in. barrel.
Only reason he sold it was because the GS he part times at got a nickel one in.
New Model Single-Six®
Strong, Durable, Dependable, and Versatile. New Model Single-Six® revolvers are the perfect small bore single-action revolver for plinking, small game hunting or serious competition. Chambered in either .22 LR, .22 Magnum, or .17 HMR, these great single-action revolvers come in a variety of barrel lengths, finishes, sights, and grips.
All .22 caliber models come with two cylinders (one in .22 LR and one in .22 Magnum) for increased versatility. Hunter models are equipped with an integral barrel rib for rigid mounting of Ruger scope rings (supplied at no extra charge).
It is single action only though, don't know if that will dissuade you at all.Other than that, I was looking at a Charter Arms .22lr revolver a couple months before I got the single six, at another GS by me and they wanted $350.
That was in the summer of 2010.