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Old 01-11-2012, 03:19 PM   #11
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I got both a Ruger Single Six with two cylinders and a Browning Buckmark. I like the Ruger because I can shoot 22 mag, 22lr 22l, 22 shorts. I like the Buckmark because it a great target gun.

Both guns have their advantages and disadvantages. Both are fun to shoot. A 22 revolver is a great starter gun to help teach newbies how to shoot. For safety reasons I don't like newbies to use auto-loaders if they never fired a gun before.
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One of the good reasons to shoot .22s, in addition to it being just plain fun, is as a sub caliber surrogate to your major caliber gun. Use the .22 for much of your practice, then switching to the major caliber gun. Since I like to play with revos, I have several .22s that match major caliber revos I like. My 4” .45 ACP S&W 625PC is matched very nicely with my 4” S&W 617. But for pure fun, the autos are hard to beat. I really like to have fun with my Ruger MK II and MK III autos.
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For some reason I have never equated shear volume of fire with shooting enjoyment, with this in mine I would suggest that a top line revolver would be something to look at.I am very impressed with my Mod.17 S&W.

For cheap practice and training I like same frame conversions.In my case my Sig P 226 with .22, 9mm, and .40 S&W works quite well.

For more serious target work I use a Hammerli International.

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I had one of those GSG guns for a while. Good shooter. Reliable. Loads of fun. The one gotcha to watch for is that the barrel is held in place in the frame by a screw which goes through right side of the frame, through the lug underneath the barrel and then into a threaded hole on the left side of the frame. The frame is VERY soft metal, and the first time I took the gun down for a thorough cleaning after about 500 rounds, when I put the screw back in, it stripped out the threads. And it took very little pressure to do it. A lot less than it should. If you ever take that screw out be very careful putting it back in.
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I know they are sat night specials but I really like the phoenix Arm HP22 you can get an inexpensive kit with gun 3 AND 5 inch barrels for under 200 and theyre great accurate little guns. and theyll eat whatever you feed them and they are 9+1 capacity
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With the silencer???
I'm still thinking about getting the suppressor but the damn thing cost twice as much as the gun when you include the $200 tax stamp.

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How many rounds put through it? I'm thinking about it.
Somewhere north of 2K. Nothing but fun and complements!

If I were to buy this gun again, I'd get the Colt, it breaks down like a 1911 and doesn't use a screw to capture the barrel lug.

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I've had Buckmarks and Rugers but much prefered my High Standard "Sharpshooter" (cheapest of the good HS).
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Just purchased a S&W model 41, not cheap but worth the investment. The 7" barrel is now drilled and tapped for scope. The trigger is sweet.
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Can't go wrong with ruger. And if you want something that sorta feels like a 1911 go with the 22/45.

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I've had good luck with my Sig Mosquito. I like how it's nearly a full sized pistol. I've got over 2000 rounds through it and really haven't had any issues.

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