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Old 05-11-2013, 01:58 AM   #21
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I have a Browning Buckmark and it is a tack driver. Under $500 with the sight.

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If you can find one, used of course, the Sig Hamerli Trailside. is a very nice pistol. They made a target model and a fixed sight field gun. It is very easy to change the sights on the field gun but get the target model if you can. Their one weakness is a small easily replaceable spring. The spring and rear sight can be obtained at the following link.
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Originally Posted by mountainman13 View Post
The 22A is a great starter budget pistol I always recommend it for new shooters getting into the sport. I prefer the ruger, it tends to be a bit more expensive.
Btw you said colt huntsman, you do realize what you have there,right?
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I picked up a Ruger SR22. So far I like it. Beats shooting my 40s or 45. I have just about 8k rounds of 22 so it will keep me busy for a while. Lol.
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You could do a lot worse than a Brown Buckmark . Factory grips are very ergo.
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I know you said pistol....but would you consider a revolver? A lot of 22 revolvers available from many mfg. And revolvers are always fun for target plinking. I"ve got a cheap Heritage which is fun to shoot. Anything serious you want to do, or just playing around?
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