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Old 06-29-2009, 03:48 AM   #1
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Looking for a reasonably priced .22 semi auto pistol. What are your recommendations?

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Old 06-29-2009, 04:01 AM   #2
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Number 5 needs more input..................... (guess the movie for 10 cool points).


Do you want a full size? target? compact? semi-auto? revolver? single shot? double barreled? double action? single action? which kind of .22 round? .22LR? .22 Magnum?

Here's a list of popular .22 handguns. Type these into the google search engine and you'll get lots of info to start you off.


Smith and Wesson Model 22A .22LR

Ruger Model 22/45 .22LR

Ruger Mark III .22LR

Browning Buckmark .22LR

Hi-Standard .22LR

Walther .22LR

Taurus .22LR Revolver

Heritage .22LR Revolver

Davis .22LR derringer

Jennings Model J-22 .22LR

Phoenix Arms .22LR

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Don't forget about the Sig .22lr Mosquito...
accurate,dependable,no feeding & chambering issues, great full size gun chambered in .22LR. I like my Sig .22lr more than my Walther .22lr.

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My S&W 22A has been an awesome gun so far. Accurate and reliable, it's fed everything I've put through it. I highly recommend this one.

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My personal preference is for the Ruger MK III. I like my Hunter best.

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Number 5 needs more input..................... (guess the movie for 10 cool points).
Short Circuit.

I like the Walther P-22 and the Ruger Mark III. I liked them last thread that had this question to. Maybe I'll change it up for the next one though
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Thanks for the feedback.

I like the Ruger 22/45, Walther P22 LR and the Sig22LR Mosquito.

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The best shooting cheaper .22 semiauto you're going to find is the Ruger 22/45. They only run about 230$ for the mk 3 version.

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Ruger MKIII is my choice, I have the 6" bull barrel model now, and consistently win matches with it. My son has the Walther P22, and we are both looking at the Sig Mosquito. For the money, though...the Ruger all day long

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The Ruger 22/45 gets my vote. I have the 6" stainless bull barrel version and it is very accurate and never jams. The only thing I don't like is the sights. They are too broad for target shooting. A thinner front blade and rear notch would be a big improvement IMO.

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