9 shot .22 revolvers
What are people's experienced with 9 shot .22 revolvers? I am thinking about getting one because they look like a lot of fun to shoot but I am interested in your opinions of best models, prices, and quality
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The 9 shooters are a heck of a lot of fun. Only drawback- price on good quality modern 22 revolver is a heartbreaker. Any of the top names will do good for you- partial to S&W myself, but they are not the only ones.
Still have the H&R Target Special top break that Mom gave Dad back before WW 2, and it is still plinking away.
I've got a Taurus 92 small frame. Really like the gun. Bought it used for right around $300. Nice sights and it has been flawless. My 11 year old shoots it better than the Colt/Walther 1911 that I also have. Mainly because of the better sights.
With double action it has a long heavy trigger pull. In single action, it is almost too light.
Are you after a new revolver, or would you be interested in brands no longer in business?
I have a iver johnson mod 66 trailsman 8shot revolver that i purchased off gunbroker.com for 50bucks a year or so back...it shoots & functions great,wish i could find a few more like it for the same price:D
as for the newer 22lr revolvers,i cant see paying over 200bucks for any 22lr revolver,but thats just my opinion...to each his own;)
good luck with your handgun purchase's.
Thanks for the responses already I would be open to a used gun but I think it might be a good idea for me to look into a regular six shot weapon as there are so many of those. Unfortunately money doesn't grow on trees...
My first gun purchase when I turned 21 was a Harrington and Richardson 9 shot revolver. It broke open like a Webley. Wish I still had it. Reliable and quite accurate.
Since you are not against out of production models, you just can't beat the H&R Sportsman.
9 shot, break top.
Made from the 30's to the 90's.
An iconic handgun.
Most are great shooters.
You can still pick them up for a reasonable price.
But, the really nice examples are increasing in value rapidly
I have several, from 1939 - 1980, and love them all!!
1939-1940 Model 196 Eureka Sportsman
1939 Model 777 Ultra Sportsman
1955 Model 999 Sportsman
1 blue, 1 chrome
Set of 4, 1980 Model 999 Sportsman
2 4" models.
2 6" models
All wearing Jay Scott aftermarket grips
A couple more pics of Sportsman with Jay Scott grips.
Pair of 1980 Model 999 4"
my opinion may be a bit biased because i love H&R/NEF firearms, but they really are great affordable, durable guns. if you keep your eyes open on the auction sites you can get a nice 9 shot revolver for easily less than $200.
this is my New England R92 ultra, which was the same as the H&R 904.
nice smooth trigger, good sights, great accuracy. the gun shoots better than i do.
there are a couple dozen different models that they put out & almost each one has a different look & barrel than the others, so there should be no shortage of style choices once you start lookin
I bought a Taurus 9 shot revolver (not sure what model it is) But i think i paid about $400. It is a really fun and accurate gun. I will post pictures when i get home tonight. (I am suppose to be working now). lol.
BTW.. Mine i bought new.
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