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Old 12-08-2011, 11:33 PM   #1
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what do you guy/gals think would be the best 22lr pistol for bullseye competitions
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Old 12-09-2011, 06:06 AM   #2
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Google is a wonderful thing... Bullseye (shooting competition) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
and FWIW, except for the mag release, I really like my Ruger MkII Target


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Old 12-16-2011, 06:42 AM   #3
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Have been shooting bullseye for about 6years started with browning buck mark now shooting a sig trailside. Many guys at my club use s&w 41 1911with 22upper(marvel). All with scopes or red dots.
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Have been shooting bullseye for about 6years started with browning buck mark now shooting a sig trailside. Many guys at my club use s&w 41 1911with 22upper(marvel). All with scopes or red dots.
I have never heard of the sig trail side ? Please elaborate....?

Most of my club shoot Rugers that have been modified w Vorquartzen (sp) after market parts. One Hammerli and a Walther (i think) that looks like a,space gun. Competitors have used SW 41 and High Standards have an absolute cult like following.

I'm getting old and need a lighter gun !
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Personally, I think the new pardini's are the way to go but the old hammerli's are awesome as well.

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I had an opportunity to handle a MkIII with a Volq MkII trigger kit, and man was that thing sweet.
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The Sig Hammerli Trailside came in 4" and 6" with fixed sights and a 6" Target version with adjustable sights and a target grip. The built in top rail will take 22 rings for scope or red dot. Out of production but a very nice pistol.
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I have a High Standard Victor that I love , and would like to get a 41, but for the money I would start with a Ruger heavy barrel Mark II or III.
I have heard the High Standard Victor 10X from Huston is an exilent gun.

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what do you guy/gals think would be the best 22lr pistol for bullseye competitions
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In racing, speed costs money. Similarly, in the firearms world, accuracy costs money. How much are you willing to spend?
Me, I'd hunt down a S&W 41 and work from there. Throw enough Volquartsen parts at a Ruger and your up in S&W 41 price range quickly.
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I am in agreement with above post a S&W 41 is hard to beat. And far better than the ruger
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