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Old 02-25-2012, 07:40 PM   #21
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I have the GSG 1911 which is the same gun as the sig and it eats anything but gets dirty fast and starts to have some issues after a couple hundred rounds of cheap dirty stuff.
I found one today at my local gun store that was on sale. They were having their yearly gun show, so I just said screw it and I bought it.
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I found one today at my local gun store that was on sale. They were having their yearly gun show, so I just said screw it and I bought it.
I love my GSG I use super lube and gunzilla in mine and have had no issues putting 300 rounds at a time through regardless of the ammo. I love it and I am sure you will as well.
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Steal me one will ya
Wish i could, i told them that they better not lay one down or it will find itself a new home. :-)
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I spent a couple hours online last night looking at custom grips to spice it up.

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I have both the P22 and SR22. No issue with ammo in the SR22. Like the P22 but it is picky when it comes to ammo. Walther claims the issues were with the magazines but say they have corrected that.

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You might want to consider the Ruger 22/45 model MK III 22/45 P512MKIIIRP. It is the blued, 5 ½” gun with removable wood grips. I replaced the grips with slightly wider checkered wood grips and it does a very good job of mimicking a 1911. I got mine on sale for $310.

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Ruger with a trigger kit installed is an AWESOME firearm
I'm not a big fan of the P22, as i have one and it has ALL the typical problems
Wife has a buckmark, it's also a fine firearm

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I recommend the BuckMark... It's a fine 22. Grip feels amazing.

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Depends on what your going to do w it ? If competition, then spend the time hunting down a High Standard. Will have to spend over $1K to outshoot one.

Ruger MK I, II, III - are legendary for a reason and can be modified to Olympic Levels of accuracy. People routinely run them for years w/o cleaning & they eat anything. A little tricky to break down - only neg.

Buckmark - serious competition to Ruger and even have a neat shoulder stock model. Their owners are loyal and speak well of them.

I own the first two and wouldnt mind having the third, all are proven platforms. (Look at Midway's catalog - see how much space is devoted to support your choice.)

22s in general are notoriously finicky about ammo. Some eat everything, others only one brand - only issue is finding it. Highly reccomend a Low Maintenance weapon. If it won't run dirty, I won't buy it !

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I have the GSG 1911 which is the same gun as the sig and it eats anything but gets dirty fast and starts to have some issues after a couple hundred rounds of cheap dirty stuff.
+1, mine performed flawlessly at the range last week.

The GSG and the Sig 1911 22 are the same gun, the Sig name costs ~$50 more. The Sigs do seem to have nicer grips, such as real wood. My GSG has polymer grips.
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