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Old 09-14-2012, 04:37 AM   #11
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My Pheonix Arms HP-22 is a great shooter. It needs a little polishing when you bring it home to make it run well. You can two different barrels for it, 3" and 5". Fun little gun for $129.
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the ruger markIII or Rugers SR22 pistol, both are fun and accurate. And can be found for around that price range
+1 for the SR22. Just recently bought it and very happy with my purchase. Paid it $315 out of door. Been comparing to the Walther P22 before i got the Ruger. Very nice .22lr pistol!
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For mouse gun practice I have a JA-22. It's as accurate as any mouse gun on the market. In fact, the JA-22 blows both my kel tecs away in accuracy. I acquired the JA-22 this spring. I have likely shot 10,000 rounds through it. It did break a firing pin. Jimenez sent a new firing pin and spring, no questions asked. I paid $75 for it used - It was in like new condition. I doubt the previous owner shot it 50 times.
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Is the GSG 1911 the same as the Sig. 1911 22lr??
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+1 for the SR22. Just recently bought it and very happy with my purchase. Paid it $315 out of door. Been comparing to the Walther P22 before i got the Ruger. Very nice .22lr pistol!
I also have to agree that the sr22 is a good gun for the money.
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Is the GSG 1911 the same as the Sig. 1911 22lr??
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Yes, Sig Sauer licensed GSG to produce guns in three different finishes with the Sig brand on it.
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Old 09-15-2012, 08:06 PM   #17
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Thanks for all the feedback, I'll definitely look into it. And I've always liked GSG 1911, I'll definitely take that one into consideration.
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We have the Ruger MKIII competition model. It is an amazing gun. The MKIII Target is a lot cheaper and probably shoots just as well. Our competition model simply has a longer barrel and therefore longer sight radius. I've fed it magazines as fast as I could load them for 30 magazines. No issues. Didn't even really get that hot. The're SOOO much meat to that barrel. But it still balances like a dream.

http://www.impactguns.com/ruger-kmkiii678gc-22lr-6-78in-ss-10112-736676101122.aspx
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Pic of my 22/45 Mark III attached, paid $335, changed grips out for $12 thanks to ebay....
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paid 269 for my ruger 22/45 4" bull barrel.

no regrets....fun little gun.
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