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Old 05-31-2012, 01:55 AM   #11
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I prefer the 22/45 as well. The Browning Buckmark is also good.

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I am looking for a decent 22 pistol for a price around $300 would anyone recommend a certain model?
Local gun shop has a colt gold cup .22 for $350. Beautiful gun. Matches my .45 gold cup.
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SR22 Ruger. Nuff said.

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Ruger single six or a heritage revolver

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For a young lady's first pistol I think that the SR22P is hard to beat. I also like the idea of a Single Six or Ten simply because these are such friendly handguns to shoot. And they are so beautifully made that they tend to appeal to the ladies, which is all to the good.
The 22/45 and Mark II or III are also good choices. You won't go wrong with any of these.

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the Ruger Mark III 22/45 is a good choice and one i have and recommend and is right in your price range. the Browning Buckmark is also an excellent pistol, but might exceed your budget. the Ruger is very user friendly and very accurate. mine new was about $270 NIB. they have been around for quite a number of years.

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the Ruger Mark III 22/45 is a good choice and one i have and recommend and is right in your price range. the Browning Buckmark is also an excellent pistol, but might exceed your budget. the Ruger is very user friendly and very accurate. mine new was about $270 NIB. they have been around for quite a number of years.
Agree 100%, can't go wrong with either.
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New SR22 scheduled to arrive tomorrow. Plinking weekend coming up. Need a whole mess of reliable ammo.

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GSG 1911 style .22 is worthy of a look-see.

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Beretta Neos seems pretty good to me. Picked up one at a local Academy for less than 250. Ran a box of Win X HV thru it testing it out. No problems at all. Super easy to break down for cleaning. Will break it in this weekend with 500 rnds of MM. Also picked up some extra mags from MGW for less than $22 a piece total.

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