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Old 06-09-2014, 04:38 AM   #31
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I like the weight/feel of the Mk1/2/3 6 7/8" tapered target model.
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No thread like this would be complete without me going on

about the Ruger MK II...
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Other then the Ruger's, it's either a Browning Buckmark or a High Standard...or the Sig Hammerli,... But I wish one if our Buckmark's were the 7.25" barrel...


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The Buckmark I want is a Target model with the slab sided 5.5" field bbl.
Don't care for round bbls on them unless it's a 10".
Tactical Solutions stuff is nice, but not of the look I want.

I did see a Sig/Hammerli "Trailside" at the gunshow yesterday. Price a little high, but it was like new.
Been tempted to try one for a long while.
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Have shot both SR22 and MP22, both good guns that you can't go wrong with. One other to consider is the Sig 1911/22. Normally these would be out of price range but my local LGS had these on sale today for $290, worth considering.
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I'd vote for the SR-22, my mom's got one and it's a great shooter.
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Sweet! The Original James Bond Gun, but his was a .25 which I never understood ? He had to "Switch" to the Walther in the first place when he should have carrying that or one of the Browning's that M.I.5 &6 were so found of.


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You'll be happy with the sr. The only time ive had a problem with mine is when I ran winchester super x lrn. It runs everything else flawlessly. It even shoots the duds from my buddies old mk l
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Hands Down the Ruger would be my pick
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