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Fun .22 guns

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by China boy, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. Bruce M

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    Better than the 41??:whistling:
     
  2. G23c

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    get a revolver, Taurus model 94.
     

  3. Old School

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    It's a bit more than 400, but you asked about an ar 22. They are massively fun. I highly suggest the s&w model. The controls and breakdown more resemble an ar than other varieties.

    Also, i would go with a rifle for a new shooter rather than a handgun. A Savage or Marlin can be bought for less than 250 at most chain stores.

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  4. ken grant

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    I own several Glocks and have Advantage Arms .22LR Conversion Kits for them.

    My most used is a Glock 23 and the .22 Kit along with it.

    Although I have a couple of .22 pistols, the AA kits are my most fired.
     
  5. CMG

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    Isn't the M&P .22 made for S&W by Walther (Umarex)?
     
  6. Green Mountain Boy

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    SR 22 Fan here. Love love love it.

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