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Old 06-30-2013, 12:42 PM   #41
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S&W M&P 22. Never had any issues with it, i shoot weekly, had about 6 mnths, love it! Could shoot for hrs w/it.
My brother-in-law has one. I really like the trigger on that gun.
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My brother-in-law has one. I really like the trigger on that gun.
Yeas me too. Its the best 22 i have ever shot, well besides my faithful Marlin 60!!
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Browning 1911-22. This gun is awesome. It'll eat any kind of ammo you feed it.



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unfortunately my stock of 22 rimfire is very low at this time, but it was used for what i feel was a very good cause. my brother and i teaching his daughters how to shoot a 22 pistol. i let them burn up about 300 rounds of ammo and even though it depleted my 22 rimfire supply, even at a time when it was difficult to get, i have not one regret. my neices are learning to shoot and respect firearms. and they had a very good time and the smiles on their faces were worth more than any amount of ammo or money.
Yup same deal here but I have always been a ammo hoarder . We shoot alot and practice alot and it doesnt take long to deplete the ammo cabinet when you go out and send 1000 rds down range in a day or 2 . I make sure to keep plenty of .22lr around as it keeps my kids happy on the range
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I have 2 .22lr handguns in my inventory:
PPK/s
Rohm mdl 66

If you want a nice .22lr, check out the new Walther PPK/s in .22lr.
http://www.waltherarms.com/products/handguns/ppks-22/
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I read through 5 pages of post on my phone and I cant believe no one said an AR .223 pistol or an FN 5.7 which is my personal choice seeing it is technically a .22 pistol.
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I read through 5 pages of post on my phone and I cant believe no one said an AR .223 pistol or an FN 5.7 which is my personal choice seeing it is technically a .22 pistol.
Best 22lr is what the title states.
My favorite is a 22/45 with removable grip panels
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I have 2 .22lr handguns in my inventory:
PPK/s
Rohm mdl 66

If you want a nice .22lr, check out the new Walther PPK/s in .22lr.
http://www.waltherarms.com/products/handguns/ppks-22/
Yeah that looks pretty sweet. Have you shot one yet?
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Yeah that looks pretty sweet. Have you shot one yet?
Mine is the Manurhin PPK/s (made in France under the license of Walther).

One of the sweetest shooting .22s (and more accurate) I've ever had.
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Best 22lr is what the title states.
My favorite is a 22/45 with removable grip panels
They dont get much more long ranged than those 2.......lol
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