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Old 10-30-2013, 02:25 AM   #1
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Took the new SR22 out for the first time. Only ran about 80 rounds (Thunderbolt) through it but it was flawless. Extremely easy to shoot and really accurate.

With all of the issues concerning the Thunderbolt ammo leading up the barrel, I cleaned it up real good when I got home. We are ready for the next range trip...which might be soon.
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The SR 22 seems to be a great fun gun. My daughter picked one up a few months ago and I have to be honest we shoot it way more than any other gun we have. Not just because of the price of ammo, it is just a fun gun to shoot. So far it runs CCI extremely well.
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I bought The SR22/45 Lite and real like it , fun , accurate and affordable , just fun little gun !
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i have the best time when I take my .22's to the range. I'm not fond of Thunderbolt ammo but I did pick up two bulk boxes when I found them. It's better than nothing. I have better .22 ammo but I'm kind of saving it.

If you used paper targets, you have to post them for our viewing pleasure.
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i have the best time when I take my .22's to the range. I'm not fond of Thunderbolt ammo but I did pick up two bulk boxes when I found them. It's better than nothing. I have better .22 ammo but I'm kind of saving it. If you used paper targets, you have to post them for our viewing pleasure.
We blew up a frozen Pumkin today with 22's ! Should have wiped out the iPhone and shot the pic...
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I bought The SR22/45 Lite and real like it , fun , accurate and affordable , just fun little gun !
I traded my 22/45 lite for an SR22. The SR gets shot a LOT more than the 22/45 did.
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Well, if nobody else will, I will. PICS.

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Just officially had mine handed over today. I have ammo and will shoot Friday. Was hard waiting for Christmas for the gun.
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