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Old 09-10-2010, 09:51 PM   #11
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I need one. Especially if if gets Cane's highest approval.
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Hey, what am I, chopped liver?

The GSG 1911-22.

I have fired countless rimfire handguns and this is the finest 22lr pistol I've ever held! And yes, I am a JM Browning disciple but everyone that has shot this gun has either gone out and bought one or sang praises to it!

If you are even considering a rimfire handgun, do yourself a favor and find one of these and take it for a test-drive.



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Old 09-15-2010, 05:15 AM   #12
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bought a p22 a couple of months ago, fell in love with it,we have a couple single sixs and a couple of heritage 22, i love the safety and that it came with a 22mag cly . the daughter in laws shot my p 22 , they love that Walther, so i bought 3 more of them, last week end i bought a Walther 380 , fine wepon
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Old 09-15-2010, 07:49 AM   #13
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I put a Tactical Solutions barrel/receiver on a 2/45 MKIII and it has become my favorite plinking device.

It's pretty true that semi auto 22's seem to all like one brand of ammo better than the others. It's the first thing I ask when someone says they just bought this _______ and it's not feeding right.
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I had traded this one away and I just got it back. It's a Sig P220R in .22LR and it's really a great shooter. I've used every variety of Walmart bulk ammo with nary a hiccup. The benefit of the classic Sigs in .22 is that you can purchase the appropriate centerfire conversion for them and then you have the "duty" pistol as well. The SAO trigger on this one is very good, not tuned 1911 quality, but pretty close. I guess maybe I should keep this one as karma brought it back to me (have to many .22s though)...

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Old 09-16-2010, 09:45 PM   #15
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I only have one .22 handgun at present, and reading this thread is probably going to cost me money, cause I want one of each posted so far!
It might actually save me money though , if I shoot them a lot and leave the bigger guns home?
Anyway I love .22ís
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