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Old 08-05-2011, 04:21 PM   #21
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after a good cleaning, I oiled it up a little , Still need to give it a good wipe down, Then reassembly

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My wife has a walther p22. If you use the cci mini-mags or cci velocitors, the pistol functions perfectly. YMMV with other ammunition.

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My wife has a walther p22. If you use the cci mini-mags or cci velocitors, the pistol functions perfectly. YMMV with other ammunition.
Thanks for the heads up, I have heard the same with the p226 .22lr conversion. I have almost 1200 rounds of .22lr to go through, Mostly Remington and whatever the red bulk box from Walmart is, I can't seem to recall...
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Walther sux. Don't waste your money.
As a rule of mine, I will usually respectfully, challenge comments like yours. A statement such as X brand "sux" needs to be backed up, are you speaking for your own experience or as a tech rep.
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Thanks for the heads up, I have heard the same with the p226 .22lr conversion. I have almost 1200 rounds of .22lr to go through, Mostly Remington and whatever the red bulk box from Walmart is, I can't seem to recall...
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Oh = one .22lr round that definately does NOT work properly - Winchester Super X. FTF/FTE 1 out of 2 rounds with those piles of trash - and I have 1000 rounds of it that i got cheap
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Oh = one .22lr round that definately does NOT work properly - Winchester Super X. FTF/FTE 1 out of 2 rounds with those piles of trash - and I have 1000 rounds of it that i got cheap
shi... It is the red box of Winchester, Oh well, I have a couple of rifles that seem to east anything, So I will keep that in mind.
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FWIW, This appears to be an older p22, It is numbered in the low 100K build range.

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I hear that the later models work better ...

btw, that Winchester Super X will not work in my .22 bolt action springfield (way old - 75+ years). It works, but then the casing swells up and you have to pry from chamber with a knife.

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catastrophe averted! I have a red box or Federal rather than Winchester I did a quick search earlier and remember the Winchester box at WalMart, But I guess I dodged a bullet and bought the "other" red box

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My son L O V Es it!

Maxwell shooting the P22

Maxwell shooting again.

We put over 550 rounds through it, Only had about 12-15 FTF's

I took out my daughter as well as a friend who are both visually impaired friend as well.

We dont need no stinking sights! Nice work James.

Marley shooting her Pink Mossbers 802 Plinkster

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I forgot some of James' lead art from some of the rounds that hit the dirt from either .223 or 7.62x39

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