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Old 09-22-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
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I'm going to use this and my 597 to try and take some rabbits and squirrels this season.

If any of you guys need help with those pesky pests just give me a holler.







The grips are a real improvement on these. It feels great in the hand. I can't wait to shoot it and hopefully I will get the opportunity to this weekend.

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Old 09-22-2010, 01:40 AM   #2
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I love my Buckmark, haven’t shot the CCI Stingers yet, I bought 4 bulk boxes of the Federal Game Shok 38 gr. HP and have only put about half of those thru it, but they work well.
Great gun

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I just posted this on a local forum and a guy there told me not to use the stingers in .22auto handguns. Never heard that one before.

Any information on this would be helpful.

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Can't help here, I have fired alot of CCI mini-mags with no problem.
I know nothing about the stingers

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Check the case length of stingers against other .22lr. I believe it has something to do with expansion and the chamber of some semi-autos.

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Brian, nice gun, I know your one happy guy. I'd also go with the CCI Mini Mags as we having much luck with them in semi auto loaders.

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Nice addition.

That's one of the guns I'd like to add to my own collection soon, as I'm without a dedicated 22lr pistol at the moment.

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CCI Velocitors. Accuracy of Mini Mags, but kills like a Stinger.

Nice looking Buckmark, Brian. I've had mine for 25 years now and love it. Yours is very cool looking, though.

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Nice addition, my friend!

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Nice .22 pistol there Brian.

I use the .22lr CCI-Mini Mag High Velocitors in my rifles an pistols with no problems.

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