My wife claims the Ruger ss .22 pistol is her's but I've killed a lot of digger squirels with it at 75-100 yards. Years ago when we lived in Colorada she had a blued Ruger we used to carry during deer and elk season that I often did neck kills on grouse. They are definately extremely well made and quite accurate for fixed sights
I like the looks of that S&W 617, I use to have a Ruger single six and a Ruger MK2. All I have now in 22 is an AMT long slide Automag and a 22lr barrel for my TC. I don't shoot either often. I need to get to the local gun stores and pawn shops to see what I can find.
Thanks all for giving me the 22 bug again, I thought I out grew it but clearly not
Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." ~ Thomas Jefferson
Originally Posted by Benning Boy
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1) Walther P22.......wouldn't cycle with anything but high speed CCI Mini Mags or Winchester super x high vel. Otherwise almost every round would jam. I put an awefull lot of rounds through it and it did love the CCI Mini Mags and worked flawlessly with them. It was only fairly accurate.
2) High Standard Sentinal. Shoots any kind of ammo and is dead-on balls accurate.
i have an old ruger single six my dad bought in the sixties. has both cylinders and adjustable sights. if i am out back shooting against my buddies that is the pistol that i always bring out.as far as accuracy id put it against almost any .22 pistol,but i have been shooting it for more than 20 yrs.
if you dont shoot you dont hit,if you do shoot you might hit ..................... Once a soldier always a soldier A trp 1/7 cav