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Old 03-13-2013, 04:57 AM   #21
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The one that fits her hand

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I have one of the Chiappa 1911-22's.
Pretty good shooter...
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My two favorite 22 pistols are the Sig Sauer 1911 22lr and the Bersa Thunder 22lr. For a revolver, my Heritage Arms Rough Rider is a fun shooter.

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I wanted a gsg 1911-22 but the sr22 fit my wife better so thats what we got. I really like it as well.

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1911 styles are awesome and great for range time, but a little big and heavy for a purse gun dont cha think?

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I think the OP said he's looking for a small-medium fram semi-auto.

That kinda leaves out the huge Ruger and Browning target pistols, 1911s and revolvers doesn't it???

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Ruger 22/45 lite

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Maybe one of those Ruger LCR's in .22LR or .22WMR?

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I think the OP said he's looking for a small-medium fram semi-auto.

That kinda leaves out the huge Ruger and Browning target pistols, 1911s and revolvers doesn't it???
Yes. Thank you for clearing that up! Guys a 1911 is too big for her hands. Anything that's full size just intimidates her anyways. The Mesquito was okay for her, as long as it was in pink (so she says ). But I've heard nothing but bad things about them lately. I thought Sigs were the way to go?!?

SR22 seems like a possibility, and I can just dip it or coat it pink for her. But that purple one was pretty cool. Is there an M&P 22 in compact? Or maybe the shield?
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What is ISSC? They seem to have a lot of 22lr but they look dang near identical to Glock.

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