My Grade 1 SA22s metal and wood fit and finish are well above average for its age. There is little to no wear on the SA22s internal parts indicating a low round count. Mechanically, my SA22 is very good. The bore is clean and shiny. My gun is chambered for .22LR ammo. The SA22 is a take-down gun with the ability to separate the barrel and forearm from the receiver in seconds. Made in 1964, my Belgium made SA22 was fully engraved by hand (vs. the current Browning SA22s that are made in Asia and engraved using machines). For Oregon residents, Bill of Sale for my records only. FFL required for any out of state resident. If you live out of state and the gun must ship; buyer pays for all FFL, shipping, handling, insurance fees, etc. EDIT: The price of the SA22 is now reduced to $425.