So I am looking at getting a particular 22 LR pistol which is fairly new to the market (not a Ruger, but that isn't the issue). I decided to look for reports on the accuracy of this firearm to help me decide whether it will be a good choice for me. A "Googly" resulted in multiple dozens of write-ups and videos. None of the written reviews I pored over included any group testing, and every video showed mag dumps and steel target shooting. Not one of the twenty-plus scrutineers sat down and benched the pistol or showed actual groups. I've noticed this with other calibers as well. Not everyone is interested in "spray-and-pray" shooting. Some of us want to actually hit what we aim at beyond touching distance. If a rimfire handgun won't do better than a two inch group at 25 yards off a bench with at least a couple types of ammo, I'm really not interested, but trying to find that data, even with hundreds of folks on social media doing reviews, is proving impossible.