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Old 11-15-2012, 12:44 AM   #1
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Just plinked 150 rounds tonight. What a great little gun this is. At first I wasn't impressed with this firearm, but now she's got 1,000+ rounds through it, she's broke and ridin' hard. What a great little practice gun.



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Old 05-05-2013, 06:28 PM   #2
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Just picked me one up yesterday and I got to shoot 10 round in it. I did not have time or ammo to shoot. But I like it so far.



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I've had one for 6 months with thousands of round through it. First gun fired for my wife and daughter. Very consistent and reliable and you can run almost any type ammo with no FTFs.

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Gonna put a hundred rounds through mine today. Then another 100-200 rounds through my 10-22. Ruger knows .22LR.

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It is a fantastic gun. For a while they were extremely hard to get. I'm not a big fan of .22 handguns but I have to admit I like everything about the sr22. It should run whatever you feed it without issue.

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I have a couple SR22s , They eat everything except sub sonics, they dont jam, they just dont have enough ass without a suppressor to cycle properly. saying that they need cleaned up around 500-600 rds or they will starting to have issues . I have roughly 1600 rds through one of them and it runs like a top.

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My wife and daughters love our sr22. Great little gun. Have tried lots of different ammo and no ftfs so far. I still waiting for my nics to clear so it is still at the range. We have about 600ish rounds through it without a cleaning and it still runs like a champ..

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We have one and it's fun to shoot for sure.

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The SR22 doesn't seem too small for you guys/gals?

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The SR22 doesn't seem too small for you guys/gals?
That's what aids in the fun.

Also, I have a few hundred rounds of Ely subsonic through mine without a single cycling issue.


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