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I have a P2P that I want to use to buy a .22lr pistol but nothing really grabs me as what I would want to own. I saw a YouTube video on this pistol and it seems unique enough to think about. Trying to get some feedback from the FTF on it. It seems really unique in that its all modular and for a tax stamp you can add it to a rail on an AR.
What say you all...?
 

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I think I saw a thread a few weeks back with everyone calling it crap.
 

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I've watched a dozen or so vids and none of them made me think they where anything but a waste of money.

It was me I'd look for a Browning Buckmark or a Ruger MKI,II,III,22/45

Maybe after I see one fire a full mag without some kind of trouble.
 

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From this video, I dont think I want one.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJEE9soZkC8[/ame]
 

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There is nothing like a Ruger Mk III. I shoot mine every range trip. The only downside is cleaning them, what a PITA.
 

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There is nothing like a Ruger Mk III. I shoot mine every range trip. The only downside is cleaning them, what a PITA.
Hats the reason why I won't own one. My sister just bought a buckmark lite a few weeks ago and she hasn't shot it yet because she's afraid to strip it to clean it and I won't do it for her.
 

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Yeah it doesn't seem like they quite have it right yet. It seems interesting though.
 

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From what I read it's got A LOT of safeties, I think I counted five! No thanks, make something more solid that isn't built by lawyers and I might consider it. Until then I'll keep cussing out my Mk III while cleaning it.
 

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Hats the reason why I won't own one. My sister just bought a buckmark lite a few weeks ago and she hasn't shot it yet because she's afraid to strip it to clean it and I won't do it for her.
I purchased a Mark III and a week later a Buckmark. I have yet to field strip the Mark III. I did field strip the Buckmark and its easy. Just get the right bit for the top screws and the right bit for the barrel screw. They are 3/32 for the top and 7/64 for the barrel.
 

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I do not see the point of these... even if they did work.

Hmm... a .22LR with $hitty ergonomics... because... ???

Don't get it. :eek:

Tack
 
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