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Taurus hit it out of the park with the TX22. It feels great in the hand, has a nice trigger, comes standard with 1/2X28 adapter (need a thread protector), is very reliable, and has 16 round capacity magazines. It is a true striker fired pistol and can be dry fired. My favorite host!

Picture below is with external safety. Also available without.

 
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S&W 41 is my favorite, Ruger MKII is second.



Awesome choice. You don’t see many Model 41s suppressed. It’s probably my favorite gun to shoot overall.





Ruger MKIIs are great too



This TC Contender with .22LR Match barrel is really neat too.



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This is my CZ75 Kadet which should be familiar to someone who's already posted in this thread. Wink

I absolutely love shooting this little tack driver. This will never be sold. I sent the barrel (slide) to The Riddle of Steel for threading; that took a long while but the results were excellent.

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I'm thinking about buying a S&W Victory .22 with a suppressor.
 
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P938 with .22LR Target 4" kit. tack driver & the right size for a 10rd mag.
 
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TC Contender .22LR Match





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Haven't seen any mention of this, and I want to show it off, sooooo......... Big Grin



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I agree, pretty hard to beat a Kadet. Though my second favorite is a T/C Contender G2.
 
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I agree, pretty hard to beat a Kadet. Though my second favorite is a T/C Contender G2.


Nice grips! Who did your barrel/slide work?
 
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Nice grips! Who did your barrel/slide work?


Thanks. The grips are from Hakan Pek, and are about 17 years old. The Kadet conversion came as pictured from Hi Desert Dog around 2006 or '07.
 
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S&W Victory 22 with s Q El Camino. I quite like it.


 
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Nice grips! Who did your barrel/slide work?


Thanks. The grips are from Hakan Pek, and are about 17 years old.


That little tid bit sent me down a rabbit hole...beautiful work.
 
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Beretta 87BB with a suppressor is pure sex appeal, if there is such a thing with a firearm. Wink

 
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Beretta 87BB with a suppressor is pure sex appeal, if there is such a thing with a firearm. Wink


That is...beautiful.
 
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I love my MarkIV Tactical with a switchback, I also have a volquartsen comp parts kit to install. Only other units I'd consider would be

Volquartsen 4.5" unit - over 1k$

S&W 41 - Awesome but over 1k$

CZ cadet would also be great but I don't own a Cz lower so would still add up to be more than the mark IV.

I also love beretta so lots of choices but some hard to find.

 
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Well I finally made the jump! Ordered Q el camino and did silencer shop kiosk application today. Have my savage mark 2 fv-sr and m&p 15/22 for rifles, and a thread adapter for my S&W 422 on the way to get me started. Nice thing I see my class 3 dealer has an indoor range so while awaiting approval and stamp can use can on the range in the meantime.
Silencer shop rep told me to expect a 6-10 month wait for approval
 
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Sleeper pistol for a suppressor host. A S&W 422 and 622. Low bore axis. Barrel also lowered so that a suppressor does not obstruct the sights.

Bad side. Getting harder and harder to find.


A lot of threaded .22 pistols will come with raised sights. But since most .22 cans are only 1" in diameter, raised sights are often not needed. That's only .5" from the center of the bore to the top of the can.

O.P., just buy a Buckmark. I've owned both the Mk and Buckmarks, and the Buckmarks are more reliable, need less cleaning, easier to clean, better trigger, and better ergos. Best value around in a .22.
 
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Of course the current market is a dreadful time to be shopping ( my typical pattern in life is : plenty of money, no guns to buy!
No disposable income cheap guns falling from the sky)
But have concluded I will buy a threaded victory buckmark or Ruger whichever I come across first. They all seem to be reasonable choices
 
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