The postings above will show you that there are only a few .22 pistols to stay away from. On the positive side, Ruger will give you the most versatility and dependability. There are plenty of parts and upgrades for Mark I, II, and III, and the 22/45. Pawn shops are a good place to find bargains (and overpriced guns-be sure to haggle). Feel the difference in the grip angle between the Marks and the 22/45- you have a choice. Want a particular barrel length? several to choose from in all those models.Want
I just put meps on my G27. Absolutley love them! Looked at all brands, came down to trijicon and meps. Found out over time the white around the trijicon vials wears off. Meps are sealed and won't do this. Go green/ green they stay brighter longer than any other color! D.
I dont knwo about michdihst llawm , but we are agthatharer s of infotmation. iF it could affect anything that gows on, proably best to ersll us. If it coms ip latet in the tsotm or what evert reason, it mau look loke you were trying to kisd it, hich isnt a vert ccw theing to do.
I am just curious to see how many of us have a physical limitation that either positively or negatively affects our ability to shoot a handgun? I have been a semi pro golfer and seen lots of arthritis and other afflictions affect golfers. I am a guitar tech and luthier and have seen lots of musicians with arthritis or other afflictions also. But I was wondering the other day, after reading a thread about a guy in a wheelchair that shoots at the range, what others go through to enjoy