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Old 01-12-2011, 07:00 PM   #11
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I shoot a ruger Mark III. Picked it up New in box with a soft zipper case and 3mags for $275 w/ tax.

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Old 01-12-2011, 11:35 PM   #12
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Default .22 semi-auto at the range???

I will add that I also like .22 revolvers,I have a S&W mod. 17 and a mod.34
how ever the question was semi-auto.
My start .22 was a .22 semi-auto was a Vostok (U.S.S.R) I have had and used it for 44 years,it still gets a lot of use and has been trouble free.
Unfortunately you will probably never see one.
My serious .22 is a Hammerli 207 International.
Now that I have run on, if I were going to start now I expect I would go with a Ruger,any that I have used could stand a little trigger work but they shoot good.
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Old 01-12-2011, 11:42 PM   #13
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I vote for Browning Buckmark or Ruger Mark series.

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I have a Walther P22 and it eats whatever I feed it. When my GSG gets picky with ammo I just put it through the Walther with no problems. They can get a bit pricy though.

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While cruising the gun shops yesterday, I happened across this beauty... a brand new SIG/Hammerli Trailside 22LR. It came home with me. These little .22 pistols typically sell for mucho Dinero. I got this one at wholesale.

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GSG 1911-22. ~$300.

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100_0958.jpgThere's always the Colt ACE conversion for your 1911 frame.
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Desdenova,

Right after writing this post I started to get serious about looking for a new .22 pistol. Looks like I did what you did, I picked up the same gun. Ruger Mark III 50th Anniversary. I have taken it to the range several times and I love it! Feels great, fires smooth and seems to be rather accurate. I can't tell how accurate yet being a new gun to me but so far so good.

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me personally I like the Colt M4 in .22 long rifle you have to adjust the spring on the bolt other wise it will jam, not a lot but more then usual. Everything is to the same size as the regualer M4 but it's just chambered in .22, I thinks its a pretty fun range gun and a pretty good muskrat gun.

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Desdenova,

Right after writing this post I started to get serious about looking for a new .22 pistol. Looks like I did what you did, I picked up the same gun. Ruger Mark III 50th Anniversary. I have taken it to the range several times and I love it! Feels great, fires smooth and seems to be rather accurate. I can't tell how accurate yet being a new gun to me but so far so good.

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The Ruger is a great 22. I like the Buckmarl trigger a little more but after I made a couple mods to my Ruger it's become my favorite rimfire pistol. They are fine as is but I lucked into a Tactical Solutions barrel/receiver for it and not it can keep up with my rifles at 50 yards.

The more you shoot that Ruger the more you will like it.
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