I took my 14 year old nephew, a friend and his 9 year old son out for an afternoon of shooting today. I wanted to give my new Springfield Armory 1911 another good workout, but brought my 15-22 and Ruger SR22 pistol along because I knew the kids would like to shoot them. The 1911 once again performed flawlessly through 50rds of Winchester white box 230gr ammo, and another 50rds of Speer Lawman 185gr. This pistol is an awesome shooter, and puts a hole exactly where you hold the sights. My buddy brought his Hi point 995TS, 9mm carbine, and put his first 10 shots into a 2 inch circle with open sights at 35 yards. We shoot in a shale pit off an old logging road, so we are limited to about 40 yards for our farthest targets. My friends 9 year old son took a liking to my SR22 pistol, and shot 70 rounds through it. He asked if he could unload one of my Pro mag 32 round magazines for the 15-22, and put the ammo in one of the short 10rd mags for the rifle, and the two SR22 magazines so it would take longer to shoot. The two boys made short work of the other 180 rounds I had loaded up for the 15-22 and sent numerous bottles and cans flying. We ended with a 100 rounds of 9mm through my friends and my SR9c's, and a box of bird shot through his new Mossberg 500. In all we polished off 100rds of 45, 150rds of 9mm, 270rds of 22, and the 25rds of 12 gauge. There might be an ammo shortage, but there was no shortage of fun here in NW Pennsylvania today.