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Old 10-05-2007, 04:47 PM   #1
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What is the cheapest most accurate .22 pistol?

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Old 10-05-2007, 10:14 PM   #2
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not a big selection of .22 pistols really...

get a browning buck mark or ruger mkII or mkIII

they're reliable and accurate. the p22 by walther looks cool and stuff, but i've just heard a lot of bad reviews about it in that it's ammo finicky and such... if you do decide to get a p22 make sure you get one that have an L mark or better in the serial number on the gun, and the mags have an A in the serial number. the earlier makes had very common issues with FTF and FTE

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Old 10-06-2007, 12:59 AM   #3
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Which do you want, the cheapest accurate 22 or the most accurate cheap 22?

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Old 10-07-2007, 12:19 AM   #4
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Cheap + Good = Beretta Neos U22

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Cheap + Good = Beretta Neos U22
i've heard good things about them, but i can't get over the fact i'd feel like i was on star trek or the matrix. of course, there's nothing wrong with either star trek or the matrix, i'm just not sure i belong there. :P
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not a big selection of .22 pistols really...

get a browning buck mark or ruger mkII or mkIII

they're reliable and accurate. the p22 by walther looks cool and stuff, but i've just heard a lot of bad reviews about it in that it's ammo finicky and such... if you do decide to get a p22 make sure you get one that have an L mark or better in the serial number on the gun, and the mags have an A in the serial number. the earlier makes had very common issues with FTF and FTE

I have both the Buck Mark and Mark III. The Mark III has a Nikon scope 2.5 x 8. It's great for bench shooting. I put 100 rounds in the size of a 50 cent piece. I have found that there are just some bullets it doesn't like. The Browning is great for plinking the gong at just about any distance. I just wish there was a quick release for the scope on my Mark III so I could shoot it either way. Scopes are a little hard to hold still freehand.
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Take a look at the Heritage line. There isn't much for variety but the price is right.

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Look at the ruger mk 2 or mk 3 22/45 standard as they run appox 200 retail new.

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Look at the ruger mk 2 or mk 3 22/45 standard as they run appox 200 retail new.
+1 Ruger is the way to go.
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I just recently posted a thread (and my first post here on this forum) with my complete Beretta Neos tuning guide. If you're willing and able to do the work , you can have a gun with a better action than anything you can buy off the shelf for the low price of the neos.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?p=12488

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