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Old 10-25-2012, 03:19 AM   #1
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So I'm wanting to get a good. 22 lr semi auto like the sr22 or sig mosquito. What would be a good gun to work on fundamentals preferably around $350

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Old 10-25-2012, 04:36 AM   #2
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Well I don't have mine in my possession yet but the Ruger MkI/II/III series get very good reviews.

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I may have already said it once on here, but I absolutely love my Bersa Thunder 22. I've shot the Walther P22 (junk), S&W M&P22 and Beretta Bobcat, Ruger MarkII. But to me the Bersa is the perfect size and feels solid, Reliable and accurate.

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Stay away from the Sig Mosquito and the P22 like the plague. Get a Ruger 22/45 (MKIII) or a Bersa. The Ruger has a bolt instead of a slide. Fits in your hand better, too. Extremely accurate. The Bersa is similar to a Walther PPK. Has an external hammer if you like that as an option.

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I really like the Rugers but I"d say out of the box the Browning Buckmark has a better trigger. I have one of the 1911-22's from Chiappa that I really like a lot. Being a 1911 fiend makes one of those a must have and they can be had at 3000 or less about anywhere.

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I have two Rugers, a Mk I and a Mk III. I'm quite fond of both pistols. The Mk I is older than me.

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and the P22 like the plague. Get a Ruger 22/45 (MKIII) or a Bersa. The Ruger has a bolt instead of a slide. Fits in your hand better, too. Extremely accurate. The Bersa is similar to a Walther PPK. Has an external hammer if you like that as an option.
Thats like saying stay away from the chili at Sonic because it gave YOU the runs- I had two Sketters & both ran great
On a 22 simi tho i'd stay in the Ruger family --
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What about the chiappa. 22lr 1911?

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Cause that's what I'm thinking

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Being a 1911 fiend makes one of those a must have and they can be had at 3000 or less about anywhere.[/QUOTE]

I hope u mean 300$ lol

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