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Old 01-26-2009, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default Walther P22 or Browning Buckmark

Would I be losing a lot of accuracy if I went from my Browning buckmark with a 5.5 in barrel to a Walther P22 with a 3.4 in barrel? I have been wanting a Walther for quite awhile. I think it would be easier to conceal on me then my browning. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 01-26-2009, 04:40 PM   #2
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I don't know if you've seen this but this topic is brought out in the review video.

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I don't know if you've seen this but this topic is brought out in the review video.

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Sweet video. Thanks a ton.
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We have already beat this one to death. Search your topic first before you post plz.
Anyways, I have the Walther P22 and love it. Great firearm for the price. Accurate after you break it in. Of course stalkingbear will tell you the Ruger MKII is the best choice.

I wouldn't swap your Buckmark for a Walther. Just add the Walther to your collection!

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We have already beat this one to death. Search your topic first before you post plz.
I just tried searching before i posted here... forum won't let you search for anything with "p22" in it because it's under 4 characters. kinda worthless that way...
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I'd encourage the admins to get on the search engine to lower it to 3 characters. I would imagine a gun sight's searches would almost be 50% 3 characters.

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We own a P22, it's a solid little gun in my experience. Very small, would be easy to conceal. Havn't shot the Browning, so I couldn't give you input on that

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We have already beat this one to death. Search your topic first before you post plz.
Anyways, I have the Walther P22 and love it. Great firearm for the price. Accurate after you break it in. Of course stalkingbear will tell you the Ruger MKII is the best choice.

I wouldn't swap your Buckmark for a Walther. Just add the Walther to your collection!
Well I kind of took your advice. I traded my buckmark camper for the Walther and then I put a Browning buckmark with a tactical solutions threaded barrel on lay a way.
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Well I kind of took your advice. I traded my buckmark camper for the Walther and then I put a Browning buckmark with a tactical solutions threaded barrel on lay a way.
Nice. Waiting for a range report and opinions.
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