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Old 02-14-2009, 04:14 AM   #21
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Default My choice would be the MKIII512

Bar none the best .22 for the money take a look at mine.
Well over 5,000 rds with no weapon malfunctions, did have a few FTF ammo cheap ass Wolf good strike no boom.


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Old 02-14-2009, 09:15 PM   #22
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Default Plus 1 on Ruger MK-2

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I would say plus one on the Rugers Mark II & III AND the Browning Buckmark. All three pistols pass the JD bill for a good, reliable and accurate .22 pistol that can be used a cheap plinker.

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I've had a Ruger MK-2 51/2 SS HB target for awhile. Love it, and packs well on the hip.
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Old 02-15-2009, 07:19 AM   #23
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CZ75 Kadet

Accurate and reliable and made on a CZ75 Grip.....

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Bar none the best .22 for the money take a look at mine.
Well over 5,000 rds with no weapon malfunctions, did have a few FTF ammo cheap ass Wolf good strike no boom.


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I second that, any of the Ruger .22 handguns are the best choice

If I was you, I'd go with a .22 revolver, Heritage arms pistols are great and most of them have changeable cylinders (.22 and .22 magnum) and theyre fairly cheap (My friend got his for 125 bucks)

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It's MY FIRM opinion that Ruger mk2/mk3 targer pistols are THE most accurate & reliable on the planet. Yes I realize S&W model 41s are nicer, as is the old high standard victor, and Rugers need trigger work or hammer/sear/trigger replacement. Rugers are hard to field strip UNTIL you have someone show you or once you learn how, is ridiculously simple. I even prefer them over Browning Buckmark, and I'm an Browning man, as well as Ruger, Benelli, and Para-Ordnance. The Ruger mk3 pistols run new starting out UNDER 250$ for fixed sighted, skinny barreled version, up to 480$ for the top of the line Hunter series or Slabsides.
I agree and I own a Ruger II SS slabside competion target that will out shoot my ability some days! Heck of a squirrel getter.

Not an auto but my original Ruger Bearcat is a heck of a shooter as well.
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Bersa makes a firestorm 22 that is real nice.
It looks just like the thunder 380 only in 22cal.
Detailsand reviews at the Bersa Talk forum.
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Ruger Mark I, II or III. I have had all three and they all shot excellent. Get one, you will not be disappointed. Mark I was blued, the other two are SS. Get whichever you like and enjoy it.
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Default My 2 cents...

+1 Browning Buckmark...

Picked mine up used with a red dot scope and ten magazines for $250 a few years back...very accurate !!

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CZ75 Kadett

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love my mkIII 22/45. VERY accurate out of the box and fun to shoot. By far my 22/45 gets more range time than anything else. Eats anything I feed it. Disassembly and assembly are easy after you do it 3 or 4 times.

If your looking for accuracy at a reasonable price an mk2 or mk3 is gonna be your best bet.
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