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I have four Ruger Mark IV's .22 pistols Hunter 6.88" ,Competition 6.88",Standard 6", 22/45 5" and S&W Victory .22 pistol 5.5" I love shooting them all. What are you shooting in .22 pistols?
 
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SR22. Fun little gun.


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I own 3 different models of Browning Buckmarks. Very fun & reliable.
 
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I have a Ruger MKIIwith the heavy barrel and my HS Duramatic I bought in 72.
 
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I've got a Ruger Mk I target & 22/45 target, NAA 5 shot pocket revolver, and a Glock 44 which is on order, just waiting for pickup.

I built a dueling tree that has some .22 plates, and it is about as much fun that can be had using the 2 Rugers.
 
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Ruger MKIV Target, and MKIV Tactical.
 
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Browning Buckmark and a Smith & Wesson 617.




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Couple of Ruger Mark IIs, a Beretta 87BB, and a S&W M&P-22 Compact.

ETA - I forgot about a S&W 63 3".
 
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All I've got right now is a Smith & Wesson 63 w/ 3" barrel. I like it a lot. At some point I will own a Ruger MK IV Hunter.




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All I've got right now is a Smith & Wesson 63 w/ 3" barrel. I like it a lot. At some point I will own a Ruger MK IV Hunter.


I've got a 63 as well. I really like it as a fun little gun. I shoot it about as much as my 41, Buckmark, and MkII.
 
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Ruger MK II Competition with Volquartsen trigger package, and Ultra Dot optic.

Marvel .22lr conversion mated to a purpose built 1911 frame, Ultra Dot optic.


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My only .22 caliber handguns are Taurus revolvers, a pair of fraternal twins, Model 94 for .22 LR and Model 941 for .22 Magnum.

Each of them has made the trip back Taurus multiple times to deal with major malfunctions.

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I have a GSG 1911 22LR, a few Berettas, and an H&K.
 
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My original six inch K-22 and old M-41 Smith see the most use. The M-41 has both long and short target weight barrels as well as one of the light, five inch field barrels.

Also have a 4" M-34 J frame Kit Gun for when weight is an issue.
 
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I have a SW22 Victory that I'm liking. Just bought it last month after spending a few months comparing potential hosts for a rimfire can I have in the works. In the end it came down to the Victory having a nicer trigger than either the Buckmarks or the Ruger MkIV. I had a MkIII 22/45 before but sold it because I found the grip frame a little too boxy feeling for my taste.
 
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I bought my first 22 pistol around 1975, a High Standard Sharpshooter (new). Shortly after that I bought a K-22 for $220 (new), which was about double what the High Standard cost. I've owned several J and K frame 22's over the years. Some I sold off, a few were given to my Son and Daughter in Law.
My only remaining 22 pistol is a Ruger Standard MK2., which I enjoy very much.
 
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Ruger Standard, M&P 22 Compact, and most recently a Browning Buckmark Stainless Camper which I prefer to my Ruger Standard due to the grip angle and a grip size that fits me better but the Ruger Standard is a terrific 22 pistol too.

I bought M&P 22 Compact moslty for wife and it is a really nice and relaible 22 pistol but a bit small for my hands. Very likely am going to buy a Glock 44 also to have as a combat style 22 for myself.


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Ruger MkIV Competition.


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Buckmark and SIG Trailside.



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