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Ok I have decided to add a new pistol to my arsenal. I have been looking for a .22 pistol and though I was gonna go with a Walther P22. My brother has one and it is a great shooter. Then my brother in law recently bought a Sig 1911-22 and is trying to Convince me to do the same. Says it is a whole lot of fun to shoot. I love my full size Springfield Armory 1911A1, but it is just too expensive to shoot very often these days. So I decide to go by Gander Mountain today and take a look at the Sig 1911-22. When I arrived they had a couple of the Sig models, but what immediately caught my eye was the Browning 1911-22. I love the scaled down size and the feel is amazing. So I decided that Monday at lunch I am going to go back and get this one.

My question is do I break down and buy this gun, or possibly trade in/sell one of my other pistols to make this purchase a little cheaper. I own two Sig P238's but only shoot the P238HD. I was thinking about selling/trading the P238 that I have not ever even fired. I am planning on carrying the P238Hd with my CHL when my license comes in, so I want to keep one .380. Do I really need the second .380, or should I just get rid of it?

Please help me decide!
 

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Well I sold one of my Sig p238's and here is its replacement.

Browning 1911-22 Compact. It is a hell of a lot of fun to shoot!


Wood Trigger Gun barrel Gun accessory Hardwood
Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel Wood stain
Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel Gun accessory
Wood Gun accessory Trigger Gas Air gun
Light Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel
Photograph Trigger Air gun Wood Gun barrel
 

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