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Old 09-06-2012, 05:07 PM   #11
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So I did some looking and still nothing. I want a .22 handgun. I love the look of the ruger sr22 and the sign sauer mosquito. But I have read too many post about how bad they perform. So please help point me in the correct direction for a reliable. 22 that looks like those 2 models. Thanks
Bersa thunder 22. Looks like a walther ppk. Mine runs everything i care to stuff in the mag. Runs about 300 rounds before it needs cleaning.
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Jimenez ja22, 3k rounds plus. I will always be a diehard Jimmy fan. Have 22 and 9 and both have been issue free since bought. Granted I havent given them years, but I have put years worth of rounds through them and at that price I feel more than confident in saying they easily hold their own against any.
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Oops! I thought i was in the revolver section from the thread name.
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So what do you think between the walther p22 and the ruger sr22? Similar price which one is better?
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So what do you think between the walther p22 and the ruger sr22? Similar price which one is better?
The ruger 100%.

Walther makes a good gun.

Ruger makes a great gun.
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ruger!!

ive heard walthers can be very picky on ammo sometimes.

unlesss you eventually want a supresser. walther has the threaded barrel.. its only perk
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ruger!!

ive heard walthers can be very picky on ammo sometimes.

unlesss you eventually want a supresser. walther has the threaded barrel.. its only perk
Ruger has aftermarket threaded barrel too. I bought it from Twin Tech Tactical for $150. They are the only makers for SR22 so far.
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Ive had a browning .22 pistol and matching .22 rifle. Extremely reliable, even with cheap ammo very few jams. Have had them both for 8 years and still going strong.
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I also have the saltier p22. Very good comfortable and reliable pistol also, I just don't like that when the casings eject they tend to come straight back at you, a few down the shirt over the years.
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*Walther P22 sorry
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