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What is your 22 "fun gun"?

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by ZombieJoe, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. ZombieJoe

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    22lr is a great round cheap and fun!

    What 22 do you have the most fun with?

    For me it would be my 10/22 that I just gave to my cousin. I really enjoyed teaching him how to shoot with it.

    Since that is now gone, my choice would be my Kel Tec PLR-22.
    I can spend hours shooting this thing. She eats through any thing, and is pretty damn accurate.

    What is yours? Is it just fun, or more sentimental?





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    Here is my Kel Tec.



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    I have a Ruger Mark II Target Competition 6 7/8" barrel, Sig 522, Glock Advantage Arms 22 conversion, Sig P220 22 conversion and Walther P22.

    The Mark II and 522 are, definitely, the most fun. These are extremely accurate.
     
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    CZ Kadet. Same MO as my carry guns, so I'm "training" as well as having fun every time I shoot it.
     
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    My CZ 452 American gets shot the most .. So i guess it would have to be my 22 fun gun

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    My real tree camo Smith and Wesson M&P 15-22, it's my trainer... I use it for matches. My kids love to and given the chance will shoot it all day long.
     
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    The .22 i have the most fun with isn't a lr.
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    SIG 522 w/Millett red dot. The most fun you can have with your pants on.
     
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    My Taurus model 94 9 shot revolver with 4 inch barrel. I love this revolver, it is a great training tool.


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    Henry lever action rifle, Cimmarron 1873 .22 model, Marlin M1(looks like a M1 Carbine),
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    S&W M&P 15-22: The guilt free shooting of .22lr in an AR inspired platform.
     
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    My two Colts for 22 plinking for sure, and both have been 100% reliable and far more accurate then any plinker fun gun has need to be.
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    Big Riger 10/22 fan and I just 3 days ago bought a new stainless Take Down 10/22 and man I just can't put it down. Have a few mods slated for it but til I can put it down it's not going to get done. I think my other 10/22's are getting jealous...LOL
     
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    It has to be my Advantage Arms conversion for my G20SF, I love that thing! I just with they made a flush fitting hi-cap magazine.

    I want to get a Ruger SR-22 pistol in the not-too-distant future, I have high hopes for it!


    I wanted so badly for this gun to work for me! (I had the 5" barrel model)
    Its the perfect size and weight with above average round capacity. I got a dud though, very inaccurate, super crappy trigger in both DA and SA (even after some polishing and a lighter trigger return spring).
    It had a huge cylinder-forcing cone gap and the timing was always off, it spit lead out of the sides of the gun.
    it went back to Taurus 3 times, and though they paid shipping and delivered fast service they never got it fixed compleatly. I sold it to a buddy, he seems to like it just fine :dunno:
     
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