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Old 05-09-2014, 02:29 AM   #11
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aandabooks that is sort of my hang up in all of this. I want a dedicated all around .22 but the idea of the M&P is great because it matches my current line. With that said, I really like that Ruger. Tough decision all around..thanks for your input.

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The Ruger is a nice pistol and the only one that I have not heard mention of being ammo picky. Unfortunately, it has a completely different grip design than the centerfire pistols in the SR line.

Have you considered one of the 1911 .22s? Either Colt, GSG or Sig?

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Thanks for the tip dr. Football. I did read up a little on the ppq-22 but I have not seen any of these in my li c as l area...yet.

No worries. ask your LGS to order you one. Vikingdad, MzGrnmnm & I Were at the Walther Press Conference On the First Day of SHOT. We were all very impressed with the slide's ease of motion, and how smooth the Magazine came out and went back in..


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The SR 22 is a great shooter with 40 grain CCI ammo, over 2K rounds thru it and nothing to complain about yet.....except finding ammo.

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Sr 22. My wife uses hers as her carry gun. Its accurate, light, and cheaper to shoot. She loves it.


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I have three S & W, .22 one is a plinker and the "tackle box" model 2214 and a 22A with a couple of barrels and a red dot scope on it , they are all excellent shooters and never had a problem. Then I just bought a ruger 22/45 with a threaded barrel, I was thinking of maybe putting a suppressor on it at a later date. I'm a Smith and Wesson fan myself, but I used to work for the company up here in Houlton, Maine back in the late 80's and thru the 90's so I'm kinda biased that way . Out of those three you listed I don't think you will go wrong ...so good luck with what you purchase and have a fun

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Thanks for the tip dr. Football. I did read up a little on the ppq-22 but I have not seen any of these in my li c as l area...yet.

PS NB: doing some Pricing on the 5" Model. The high is $499 at Cabelas, ( in stock down in Tempe) and Ruff's in Flagstaff quoted $425 for the Gun and 2 mags., or $475 for the "Kit" with three mags, a kydex holster, cleaning rod and High impact plastic case. The Kits' MSRP is $529..…




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Ruger would be my choice

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Ruger would be my choice

The SR22 pistol is a great gun, but the barrel is a little short for Bullseye or Steel Challenge.


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personally, i am partial to the Ruger semi-auto Mark series of pistols. great ergonomics, very accurate and some are very decently priced.

i absolutely love my Mark III 22/45 Target Model. so far has eaten every ammo i have gotten for it and it works great.

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