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.22 Conversion for my 226
I'd really like to have a Beretta 87.
Colt Huntsman, Browning Buckmark
Ruger Wrangler, that I changed the grip frame to a stainless birdshead style....because I am a cowboy at heart!
Also a Ruger LCP 22 which is really fun and reliable.
Wife has a Beretta Neos which shoots nice but I never warmed up to it.
MkIII 22/45 target and a MKIV 22/45 Lite
Waiting for a S&W 41 to come in to the shop.
Browning Buckmark standard s/s with URX grips and added a truglo front site. I love everything about it, the trigger, ergonics, accuracy etc.
I've shot a lot of Rugers and I never warmed up to any of them, even the 22/45. I also had a S+W 617 with 8 3/8" barrel and was too barrel heavy. Also had a model 17, and while accurate and great balance, the 6 shots and reloading time made it boring. SO sold both S+W's.
CZ Shadow 2 kadet, Colt diamondback 6" and a High standard Durango.
Ruger mkIV lite
Smith MP22 compact
Glock Certified Armorer
NRA Certified Firearms Instructor
We've got an old Colt Frontier Scout
Coupla' Hi Standard Sentinels
Half-dozen variations of the Ruger MKII
Coupla' S&W Model 17's
One Smith Model 18
I think that's all...
Hoo boy ... Now I have to think ...
The ones I shoot the most are the Model 41, the MK II Target, and the Nelson 1911 for bullseye, and the Firestorm and SIG for fun. The Single Six Bisley is my newest, and it's also lots of fun.This message has been edited. Last edited by: toivo,
Colt Service Model Ace
Ruger MK II
I have a Beretta 87 Target.
Some folks don’t like its trigger, but I do. It did have too much over travel, but I’ve fixed that. It’s been utterly reliable with all ammo I’ve tried, but I’ve settled on Aguila Pistol Match. The 87 T has an integral full length Weaver rail for my red dot sight.
Look about you.
Colt 22 .22lr
S&W M&P compact .22lr
Heritage Roughrider .22lr
NAA mini revolver .22 short
High Standard Derringer .22mag
NAA mini revolver .22mag
Ruger SP101 .22lr
The Colt was my very first handgun. I can’t say enough good things about the S&W. It’s been 100% reliable even with various bulk pack ammo. The Ruger was a grail gun of sorts. Mine is one of the older versions with the full underlug and only hold 6 rounds.
One day soon. I am going to post my collection of SW 422 pistols. I currently own 6 of them, my favorite and always work well.
I highly recommend you pick one up, I am convinced prices will only go up on them.
NRA Training Counselor
NRA Benefactor Member
Buckmark contour 5.5 inch ss
Ruger MKIV lite
Ruger MKIV Target 10” ss
All are good shooters!
The first three are tricked out with Volquartsen and Tandemcross. Want a Volquartsen Scorpion or Black Mamba.
"Shohna ba Shohna - Shoulder to Shoulder"
|Who Woulda |
S&W 17 k22, Model 41, M&P Compact, and a 35 (6" Kit Gun). High Standard Supermatic Trophy. Kimber 22 Conversion on a much modified AMT frame. Ruger Wrangler, Heritage 3.5 and 6". H&R Victor. I like 22s.
I had a Ruger SR22 but sold it because I found the trigger was too heavy and didn't like when the safety was applied, it decocked the pistol..
I still have a Browning 1911 Black Label Compact, S&W victory, and a conversion kit for my Witness 10mm.
Sic Semper Tyrannis
If you beat your swords into plowshares, you will become farmers for those who didn't!
Political Correctness is fascism pretending to be Manners-George Carlin
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Reliable, eats everything I've fed it, has quick change barrel options and is easy to disassemble/reassemble.
"Also I heard the voice of the Lord saying who shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, here am I, send me."
Can you take them down without tools. How much are mags.
I have been through many different .22’s. I have owned a Ruger Mk’s and didn’t like the grip angle but the newest version looks a little more enticing and is easy to take down.
Are there ant specific 422’s that are more desirable than others.
The only .22 I have kept is my Browning BuckMark but I would like another .22
3 stainless Ruger Mark II’s, an SP101, a GP100, a 10/22 and a couple of Henry lever action rifles. .22lr is a lot of fun to shoot. Lately the 4.2” GP100 gets the most exercise.
God Bless You and Your House,
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