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    I have a beat up Ruger Single Six in .22 & .22 mag, a Heritage R.R. in .22 and .22 mag and a Walther p22 in .22
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    Ruger Single Six in .22&.22 mag, 3 NAA's in .22 & .22 mag, just bought a Bersa Thunder in .22 this was to replace the Ruger MkII bull barrel I gave to 1 of our sons. Almost forgot, Taurus 94 5" blue that my wife gave me after claiming the Ruger SP101 .22 that I bought. Also a Taurus 941 UL .22 mag and the wife's Heritage 4 5/8 " barrel .22 & .22 mag with Birds Head grips.

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    I have a couple of the Heritage Rough Riders, but my favorite to shoot is a Star Model F. It is 1911ish. 10+1 rounds and will shoot really quick. Great fun!

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    My 1956 Ruger Single Six Flatgate and Buck model 119 knife. Wish they had made the Ruger in .22 mag which didn't come out until 3 years later in 1959.



    FEG Walther PPK S clone.





    NAA 22 mag. I carry this more than any other gun I own. It isn't as large as the picture.
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    I don't have pix of ALL of 'em. I've got 8 or 9 I think, maybe a few more if you include the mini revolvers and my .22LR barrel for my Contender. Here's a few.









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    Taurus M85UL Rossi Sportsman .22
    Taurus M66 3" blue Rossi 3"M68
    Taurus M66 4" Nickel Rossi Carbine in .357 Mag
    Taurus 605 Poly Protector
    Taurus PT 145
    Taurus TH9c

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    Walther P22 is currently the only 22 I own. I want to find an older Taurus M94. I used to have one with a 4" barrel and really liked it. I would love to find a 5" model in stainless!

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    Ruger "Standard", now called the MK1 I think. Deadly out to 100 yards.



    Two that are not technically pistols but sure are fun to shoot: Calico 100 (100 round helical mag)




    Feather Arms AT22. Stock picture, mine doesn't have muzzle break.

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    Here's my 3:

    Ruger Standard 1978
    Colt Woodsman 1949
    GSG Firefly 2017

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    Sig Trailside
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    Heritage Rough Rider here also. 4.75" with faux ivory grips. I like the PT22 or PLY-22 or even a Beretta Bobcat just 'cause they're so concealable and ammo is cheap.
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