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Old 01-02-2013, 02:29 PM   #21
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While not my favorite 22 I own 3 Sig Mosquitos, two I have shot a lot and one I have never fired. The one I have not fired I bought as a future birthday present. The ones I use have been more trouble free than my Rugers.

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eh it's ok, I think its kinda ugly. It is durable from being made of all metal. but i dont really like it too much.
You think the 22/45 is 'kinda ugly'?
What are you a mutant teenage ninja turtle?
That weapon is a classic and VERY reliable. But, maybe it's just not 'tactikool' enough for you? To each his own...
Good luck with your search...
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Bud's has the Puma 1911 in 22. for $229 ; http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/21_1160/products_id/59751/Handguns/PUMA/Puma+1911-22+22LR+5%22+Blue%2C+Checkered+Wood+Grips
... and I think they have the Sig 22 for $289.... delivered free to your FFL too.

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I am a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.

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I've got the M&P22 and it's a GREAT shooting gun. Kinda matches my M&P9 in handling. Can't go wrong with M&P.

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I've been shooting .22 LR for about 50-years...I like the CZ-USA line of rimfire rifles. They just came out with a new auto-loader. While I prefer their bolt-action line, all of their products are great...When if comes to rimfire handguns I have always found any of the Ruger Mark series to be exceptional, reliable, and accurate shooters for their price. If you want beauty look at the S&W M41 or any of the older High Standard Citation models. Good luck on your search and shooting.
If you want to spend some money, the S & W Model 41 is worth every penny. It is a gorgeous pistol and very accurate and fun to shoot.
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I highly suggest the Ruger SR22 ! I love this gun! I own a Mark III and love that gun as well but the SR22 is a blast to shoot. It is what it is. It's not a "Bullseye" target gun but it is very accurate and truely a blast to shoot. I really don't think it has a place as a carry gun but I would rather have that than nothing else. Ten accurate and fast rounds into anything will slow it down enough to get away. It's fun, inexpensive, cool looking, comfortable and did I mention, it's a blast to shoot?

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GSG 1911-22 (Sig Sauer 1911-22) has been a great pistol for me. I shot a friends Sig model a few times and loved it, the feel and the weight, plus fairly accurate...so I bought one of the GSG models (Little bit cheaper, same gun) and it has been working flawlessly. You can also get some neat aftermarket parts for it, as well as use different 1911 grips....might have to do some fitting for the ambi safety though. This gun rocks!

Another Vote for the GSG 1911-22! Mine is a Smooth-Shooter, and a lot of Fun! I don't care too much for the 45ACP's Recoil, but I've always loved the look of the 1911's. Very Cool! Now I've got the 1911 Look & Feel, with the .22's Recoil..... oh wait..... there isn't any!



Besides the Buckmark Camper & Ruger MK-III, I also shoot a Beretta Bobcat 22:


Beretta M9 9mm with .22 Slide Conversion Kit:



My Wife loves her NAA-22MSC-P Mini Revolver, with the 22LR Cylinder, and the 22MAG Cylinder:


LOTSA 22 Handguns out there on the Market! Hopefully you'll find one that you'll like!

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Ruger 22/45 lite
Absolutely . Best .22 pistol out there. An amazing product from Ruger!!!
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You think the 22/45 is 'kinda ugly'?
What are you a mutant teenage ninja turtle?
That weapon is a classic and VERY reliable. But, maybe it's just not 'tactikool' enough for you? To each his own...
Good luck with your search...
All the best,
TJ
diddle's been diddling a bit too much. LOL
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