I am interested in getting a small .22 rifle to teach my kids firearm safety and shooting skills with. Primary qualifications are that the rifle needs (must) be light and on the small side as my son is also on the light and small side at 8 years and only 40 pounds and will likely be small for some time yet. It also needs to be something that can be passed on when my kids have kids of their own (quality). Secondary qualifications are my enjoyment with it's handling and performance. I have looked at the Crickett .22LR and thought it might do for the primary qualification of being a small lightweight rifle, but I was wondering about its craftsmanship. Any thoughts on this model or other models that would fit the bill would be helpful.