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Old 05-24-2014, 05:29 AM   #21
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I just bought the M&P 22. I was looking at the same three and picked the M&P because the others were too small in my hand. I love it and have about 1200 rounds through it. No issues.


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Old 05-24-2014, 06:50 AM   #22
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You just bought it and it's already got 1200 rounds through it? Nice...


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My pick would be the Walther P-22. I love the look and feel of this gun. But, they have always had a reputation for being unreliable. I had one, and could not get it to work. I gave up on it way too easily, though. My buddy has a more recent one and has had more success. I think it comes down to using ammo it likes.
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1. Ruger SR-22 - I am a S&W guy but this one is impressing me.
2. S&W M&P 22- I have not shot this specific m&p caliber but have read good things.
3. Walther P-22- sort of the old gold standard in my head but current production arms seem to be getting mixed reviews.
A couple people I know have P-22s. From watching them, shooting the P-22 seems to require way more swearing than I'd prefer. Similarly, many reviews I've read imply that the swearing isn't an uncommon occurrence.
Can't speak to the other two models.
When I wanted another .22 pistol in addition to the MK3, I bought a Kadet Kit for my CZ.
Considering the models you are looking at (.22 versions of service grade pistols,) The concept of the standard duty pistol with an adapter kit seems like something you might wish to consider.
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Thanks everyone for the advice. I did have to out this purchase on the backburner until the fall. However, I believe the final purchase will come down to price between the sr-22 and the M&P 22. Based upon current pricing, that means i'll own a ruger but we will see come fall!
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SR22! I love mine. Light weight and just plain FUN!


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I too am curious as to why the Ruger Mk's were excluded. Not arguing, just wondering in what way they didn't make the final cut.
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Wow. If the Walther P-22 made your short list, you haven't been looking.....

I ditched mine after trying (and buying) the Ruger MKIII 22/45

PLEASE LOOK AROUND MORE! S&W 41 ?
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To answer your questions, I dont care for the ruger mk's (more the look and weight as much as anything else). As for the 41...out of my league price wise. We all have our personal preferences...these are mine.
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