22/45 or M&P 22A?
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default 22/45 or M&P 22A?

I have a 22/45, but a friend just won a 22A and wants to sell it. I was going to buy a trigger kit for my 22/45.

What say the experts?
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:40 AM   #2
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Don't have any experience with the M&P, but from what I know of the M&P line, I'd prefer the 22/45 by a wide margin. In my humble opinion, the Ruger and Browning lines of 22 autos are the best there are and the M&P would be hard pressed to beat them.

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Sorry, 22A pistol
Product: Model 22A

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I do want to add an M&P 22 to my collection because I already own and shoot M&P autos. I've shot the 22/45 and it is great. I'd pick it up if the cash price was good but I wouldn't trade or sell the Ruger for it.

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The 22A is an ugly, inexpensive, great shooting pistol. I live mine.
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