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Old 05-14-2011, 06:56 AM   #11
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You can't stack rimfire ammunition. They need a ritary mag or one like the 10/22 or Rem 597 uses.

For a true pistol I really like the Browning Buckmark.
The Buckmark, Ruger (Mk series and 22/45), Smith & Wesson 22A, the Beretta Neos, Whitney Wolverine, and nearly every other semi-auto 22 pistol use single stack mags. There are some exceptions, I know of a couple of 22 magnums that use double/stagger stack mags, not sure how there working out, the Remington 597 uses a stagger stack as well. (see quote & link from Remington below)

The Ruger 10/22 actually uses a rotary mag.

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Default Smith Wesson 617 Speedloader

I have a Smith & Wesson 617 10 shot and a Speed Bee speedloader and loading block. You can reload in 10 rounds in about 1 second. The smith 617 is a great gun well built accurate!

Buy the Smith at you local gun store I found the 617 speedloader at speed-beez.webstorepowered.com

be sure and get the loading blocks that's what make this gun fast to reload

I have of there largest loading block and I can load up a value pack of ammo for walmart and I ready for a lot of fast shooting that's how I got the knick name master blaster.

I have a k-22 masterpiece with the HKS loader wish someone made a loader like the speed bee for the six shot.

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If you want a highly accurate 22LR pistol and if the price doesn't matter,I'd say a S&W 41 or a High Standard pistol.They are probably the most accurate 22's ever made.
Next would be either a Browning Buckmark (my favorite) or a Ruger MkII orMkIII.The Ruger might shoot a little better than the Browning,but the takedown/reassembly of the Ruger is a PIA,and takes time to learn how to do it.

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I recently purchased a Ruger Mark 3 Target, and I think it is the best .22 pistol I have ever shot.

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If you want a tactical type .22 i prefer the bersa or firestorm .22s, If you can find one they are IMO much better quality then the walthers. (damn zinc slides.)

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I had no idea these were so much fun- everyone who has shot it has had a smile on their face.

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I have one too. It's my favorite gun. you may want a speedloader for that ten shot cylinder...I found a great little speedloader for it on Amazon.com just search for the Speed Beez 617 speedloader to find it get a loading block too. A big one you'll be glad you did. Makes reloading almost as much fun as shooting the 617!

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I would agree with all the Mk supporters... For a reasonably priced .22 they are probably the most dependable and ergonomically the most like shooting a standard handgun. This is especially true of the 22/45 series. Take down can be a headache, but do it a couple times and it becomes easier. They require this be done fairly infrequently, though, and for my money it's a Mk or nothing...

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The late 1980's and early 1990's anything was possible. Calico,Grendle,Tec


I thought I'd shake the tree some with some classic blaster rimfire handgun suggestions!
I never own'd a Grendel model 30 but had two buddys that did! they both liked them even though they were finicky of the .22mag ammo they fed through ther 30 round mags
they had a carbine big brother the R31.
I had a Calico 110 but lost it in a bet.(dont ask)
and had a Tec 22 for many years and lost count of the bricks of ammo that spill'd that bullet hose.

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If you want a highly accurate 22LR pistol and if the price doesn't matter,I'd say a S&W 41 or a High Standard pistol.They are probably the most accurate 22's ever made.
Next would be either a Browning Buckmark (my favorite) or a Ruger MkII orMkIII.The Ruger might shoot a little better than the Browning,but the takedown/reassembly of the Ruger is a PIA,and takes time to learn how to do it.
Ran across a high standard m101 in nickel Monday at a local pawn shop, they are asking $400 for it, granted it looks in near mint condition, no scratches dings exc. But is it really worth this much, I would be buying it as a teaching pistol not as a collectable, which is how they are looking at it
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