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    Sorry!!
    These 2 demanded equal time!
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    The 22 pistols should be down in price now with the shortage of ammo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyh View Post
    The 22 pistols should be down in price now with the shortage of ammo.
    This was my thinking last Winter. I bought three "cheapo's", and the Astra-Unceta Target pistol when I thought bidding prices were on the low side.
    No .22 shortage at my L.G.S. for a couple of months, now. They won't let anyone come in and buy a lot, but CCI 100's, bulk 333, and bricks are on the shelf. In fact, it's looking good enough that I've shot several .22's twice in the last week. I probably shot about 300 rounds, and it didn't hurt like I thought it might.
    Walmart still does not have any at all, but I'd rather support my L.G.S. anyway.

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    Having a had a chance recently to shoot both a Ruger 22/45 and an SR-22 I much prefer the SR-22, the 22/45 felt too uncomfortable in the grip but the SR-22 was near perfect.
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    The SR22 is a dandy little pistol, good for training and a lot of fun. The 22/45 and mk series, however, is practically bomb-proof, and will shoot for many many years with no parts breakage. I want to say that the SR22 needs spring replacement and some such routine maintenance. Standard compared to larger guns, I know, but what really appealed to me is the MK and 22/45 series use for a survival gun... Mine will shoot anything all day long with nary a hiccup. The appeal of the series also extends against the S&W, with the buffer pads that wear out, and even the browning buck mark has an excess of plastic parts. Sure, it's not really an issue... But I really like the idea of not having to replace anything if I don't have to. And, the longer barrel is simply more accurate than the sr22. It really depends on what you want it for, though.
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    Browning Buckmark URX had the best trigger and most comfortable grip of all the 22lr pistols I've shot
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    My Walther P22 has been amazing. In squirrel country I wouldn't starve, just saying.
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    I have a Ruger SR22...... great handgun for practice....highly recommended.
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    If you want inexpensive, look at the Phoenix.
    Phoenix Arms Official Website - Pistols - Firearms - Handguns - Manufacturer - HP22 - HP22A - HP25A

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    Thunder Series

    The Phoenix is fun to shoot, but quasi-problematic (but VERY inexpensive).
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    If you can get past the ray gun ugly then get a Beretta Neos.

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