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Old 02-17-2013, 09:09 PM   #21
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Ruger Mark III with a bull barrel. Most accurate .22 I own or have shot. A Browning Buckmark would be a good choice.
Another vote for either. There are cheaper .22s and there are more expensive ones but I don't think you can beat the value of the Ruger or Browning.
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So no SW M&P 22 fans? Well, since I am a beginner I can always upgrade... But I would like to see more discussion on this; primarily around why "you" are passionate about your brand with details on the attributes that make you go "this is my 22."

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So no SW M&P 22 fans? Well, since I am a beginner I can always upgrade... But I would like to see more discussion on this; primarily around why "you" are passionate about your brand with details on the attributes that make you go "this is my 22."
Based on my other experiences with S&W, I would buy one in a heartbeat if I were in the market. I would definately want one if I shot a M&P9, 40 or 45. I shoot an SR9 and unfortunately Ruger doesn't make a .22 version.
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So no SW M&P 22 fans? Well, since I am a beginner I can always upgrade... But I would like to see more discussion on this; primarily around why "you" are passionate about your brand with details on the attributes that make you go "this is my 22."
Well I like my brand because the slide is made of 7075-T6 aircraft aluminum and the barrel is heavy stainless its really thick for a .22 barrel plus it's reliable as hell never a jam or nothing like that. plus it has weight to it and feels more like a glock to me in terms of thumbs out grip it's a good training tool for me
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If Glock made a 22 I would have never posted this

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I have two Smith & Wesson M&P 22's. Both have been nothing but a pleasure to shoot and very reliable. One has over 1,000 rounds through it and shows no wear whatsoever. The other one, my son's, has around 600 rounds thought it, again with no wear or other problems. After renting a variety of guns he chose the M&P 22 and could not happier. Regardless of where it is made, who made it or what it is made out of, the M&P 22 is an excellent gun. Every bit the equal of the Ruger SR22 in a larger sizes package. I know a few other M&P 22 owners, none of whom ever complain about them. And even of one did develop issues, S&W has one of the best warranties and customer service in the business. So no worries.

Congrats on your purchase! I have no doubt that you will love it.

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I have two Smith & Wesson M&P 22's. Both have been nothing but a pleasure to shoot and very reliable. One has over 1,000 rounds through it and shows no wear whatsoever. The other one, my son's, has around 600 rounds thought it, again with no wear or other problems. After renting a variety of guns he chose the M&P 22 and could not happier. Regardless of where it is made, who made it or what it is made out of, the M&P 22 is an excellent gun. Every bit the equal of the Ruger SR22 in a larger sizes package. I know a few other M&P 22 owners, none of whom ever complain about them. And even of one did develop issues, S&W has one of the best warranties and customer service in the business. So no worries.

Congrats on your purchase! I have no doubt that you will love it.
I just don't like the idea if my weapon being made from an airsoft company.
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