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Old 12-13-2013, 03:18 AM   #11
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I would get the M&P 22. I like the size, bigger magazine, and fantastic trigger.
That's the main reasons the M&P caught my attention. And most of the reviews I have read they mention how good the trigger is. Thank you for your information.
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That's the main reasons the M&P caught my attention. And most of the reviews I have read they mention how good the trigger is. Thank you for your information.
My brother-in-law has one. I was very surprised how good the trigger is on that pistol.
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I'm looking to buy a 22 semi auto pistol. I have looked at and researched several different guns and narrowed it down to the Ruger SR 22 and Smith & Wesson M&P 22. I really liked the Browning Buckmark and Ruger MK III but the take down and cleaning is a real PITA. The main reason for the 22 is my two oldest grandsons really like to shoot my Glock 19 but with 9mm being scarce and expensive I need to go to something a little more practical for plinking. So any information I can get will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
if you haven tried the colt 1911 .22 you may want to do so. Boat one about 4 months ago and love it. Full size 1911 frame, long sight radius and shoots everything I run through it. Easy takedown
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My brother-in-law has one. I was very surprised how good the trigger is on that pistol.
I hope to get to the range next weekend to shoot both and hopefully get one before Christmas. I've seen some pretty good sales on both lately so this this would be a. Good time to buy.
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if you haven tried the colt 1911 .22 you may want to do so. Boat one about 4 months ago and love it. Full size 1911 frame, long sight radius and shoots everything I run through it. Easy takedown
I didn't know about the colt. I'll look at the LGS around here and see if I can get my hands on one to look at. As I stated in my intro I'm fairly new to firearms beyond the 870 and 22 revolver I've owned for a while. Thanks for the heads up.
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Might as well look at the other Umarex guns while you are at it, since you are looking at the M&P and Colt. All made by the same company. You might also look at the Chiappa M9-22, shot one last week. Same size weight and function as my 92fs. My brother bought a blemished finish gun for under $200. I was impressed. Heck you could almost get 2 of them for the price of the M&P.

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Definitely look at the Colt 1911 .22! It's a great gun; very reliable, good looking, accepts any aftermarket grips, and it has a 12 round mag capacity.
Look at the Walther P22 and PPK .22 also.

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CDMN has SR22 starting at $279 in the monthly flier.

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CDMN has SR22 starting at $279 in the monthly flier.
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