and testfire it before you buy. What's the Neo offer over the Browning? If you want a really handy, accurate .22, get a used, $250 Smith 2214 or 2213. 6" long, 2" groups at 25 yds, nice trigger and sights, 18 ozs. Saftey's awkward to manipulate, and hell to smith up better, too.
25 yds. Nice little gun, altho the DA was very "gritty" and heavy. I mainly bought it as a practice gun for the .38 snub I was trying to "master" at the time (1974) I already knew better, really, but I was trying to give revolvers a real chance. I wore-loose 4 smiths that year, and realized that I was STILL nowhere as capable with them as I already was with a lw Commander .45.