Remington has been making the 552 Speedmaster for a long time, since 1957 to be precise.
It's the ONLY American Made Semi Auto .22 that handles Short, Long and Long Rifle Ammunition. They are reliable accurate rifles but like any .22 they do prefer some ammo to others.
I had one many years ago, it was a great rifle but mine preferred .22 LONG ammo over anything else but did pretty well with standard velocity. A good friend of mine had the twin to mine which was most accurate with CCI Stingers or Remington "Yellow Jackets."
Both rifles were ultra reliable.
Frankly, I've grow tired of the 10-22, it's like a belly button, everyone has one and while it's a good rifle it's not the ONLY rifle on the market and I've never seen one out of the box that was a tackdriver, accuracy is decent but there's a reason for the plethora of aftermarket barrels.
You aren't going to go wrong with either rifle but given a choice I prefer the Remington.