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I have two Smith Model 41s accurized by Alex Hamilton.

I also have a Smith 6" 617 revolver.
 
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Currently have a Walther P22. Had a Sig Mosquito Jamamatic, got rid of it. Had a Tauris M94 revolver. Trigger pull was too much, got rid of that too. Looking at S&W.
 
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I have a Single-Six convertible, which is excellent. At one point I also had an SR22P...that thing was a cheap POS with a horrible trigger. It ran fine, but the mushy trigger was so bad it was hard to be accurate with it. I bought it for my son to learn on, but he quickly moved past it to center-fire handguns that were much more shootable, so I traded it off on something else.
 
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Original Model Ruger Single Six Convertible, my very first firearm, and a Ruger Mk I.

Been looking for years for a more "combat-style" .22 LR pistol that actually works well. Still looking.




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A few-
Ruger MkI 4-3/4" tapered Bbl.
Ruger MkII 6-7/8" tapered Bbl.
Ruger MkI 5.5" Hvy Bbl.
Ruger MkII 5.5" Hvy Bbl w/Leupold EER 4X in Talley bases & rings.
Ruger MkII 6-7/8" Gov't w/Leupold EER 4x in Talley bases & rings.
Ruger MkII S/S 6-7/8" Comp Trgt w/Leupold EER 2x in ruger rings/base.
S&W 617-10 6"Bbl.
S&W 41 w/ 5.5"&7" Bbls.
SIG Cal X Change 22LR kits for P220's(4) P226's(4)P229's(4)P228(1)

and 40+ thousand rounds to feed them.


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Ruger MKIV tactical w/ RMR. Will eventually add a can.



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Colt Officer's Target
Colt Huntsman
S&W Model 41
S&W Model 34
Ruger Mk III
Walther TPH (x2)
 
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Ruger MKIV 22/45 Lite.



Part of my Ruger "family."
 
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Beretta Cheetah .22, Ruger Bearcat Shopkeeper, Ruger SR22, Beretta Model 70 (minus faux silencer), Ruger MK III Hunter, Ruger Single Six, NAA Pug, Keltec PMR30, Beretta Bobcat - two of them. Our family loves .22. The surprise of the group is the Model 70 - that is my kids favorite and despite the sites very accurate/fun to shoot.





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Ruger Single Six
Ruger SP101 .22
Ruger SR22
Ruger 22/45 Lite




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I've got a little Skandium 8 shot snub nosed J Frame (with Crimson Trace Laser), a Colt Woodsman Match Target, a GSG 1911-.22, A Beretta Bobcat (Or maybe it's a Tomcat, I really need to go look in the safe), and Wifey has a Ruger SR22 American. Lately though, I've been thinking of adding a Glock 44, but I heard of reliability issues.


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Smith 17 with action job
Colt Conversion on a Springfield Armory frame
Smith 41 with 2 barrels
AMT lightning, 8"
and a double handful, or close of High Standards, including 2 olypmics in short



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A pair of SR22's, one TB, one not, a Ruger Mark II blue, heavy barrel, and just bought a Mark IV Tactical. Not pistols, but a 22 WMR Smith j-frame and a 22lr Taurus snubbie.
 
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I had an SR22 and even a Beretta 87. Got rid of those. My go to .22 have been the S&W 422. These, imho, are some of the most underrated .22 pistols made. Super low bore axis. Easy to manipulate slide for new, female, or older shooter. Threaded for suppressors. You can actually use the sight with a suppressor on it. I have 3 and my daughter, when she competed, did really well with it.

I do have my eye on the Volquartsen Black Mamba...


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My go to .22 have been the S&W 422. These, imho, are some of the most underrated .22 pistols made.


Yep, love the 422/622 family. I have 3 myself, wonderful firearms. My S&W model 41 is no doubt a better firearm but I will take a 422 plinking over the 41 any day of the week.



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S&W617
Ruger 22/45
S&W M&P 22 compact
 
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Browning Buckmark.
S&W 17
Ruger revolver with .22 and .22 magnum cylinders.
2 High Standards
S&W Model 41
Colt Woodsman Match Target


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I have a Volquartsen Scorpion. Just recently added a Holosun.

 
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My go to .22 have been the S&W 422. These, imho, are some of the most underrated .22 pistols made.


Yep, love the 422/622 family. I have 3 myself, wonderful firearms. My S&W model 41 is no doubt a better firearm but I will take a 422 plinking over the 41 any day of the week.


The 422 was the first handgun I bought on my own. I foolishly sold but it was a good gun.

One of these days I will buy another.
 
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Walther PPQ 4" & 5"; Ruger 22/45 Lite (Vortex Venom Red Dot); Ruger LCR; Ruger SR22. My favorite is my Walther PPQ 4" followed by my Ruger 22/45 Lite.


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