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Ruger MKII Target worked over by Volquartsen
Smith and Wesson 17-5
 
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Ruger MKI Target Heavy tapered barrel
Ruger MKII 5.5 HB
High Standard HB
Ruger Charger
S & W Victory
Browning Buckmark


Sigs P-220, P-226 9mm, & P-230SL (CCW)
 
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Old model single sixes (2)
Ruger MK 2 (2)
Browning Buckmark plus
High Standard Sport King

My first pistol was a Ruger three screw single six with the flat loading gate (1953). Maybe a million of rounds through it?? Who knows. I sent it back to Ruger for a refinish and an overhaul. They also did the safety recall at no charge and returned the old parts. I later bought another old model three screw but with the later Colt style loading gate.
 
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Hate to admit it but I haven't been shooting any of my .22 pistols lately. Last time I had one out for a spin was with my Victory TB, shortly after my Optimus can was released from ATF purgatory...nine months ago. I had brought my 6" Trailside along as well but my nephew shot that one; I never got around to it on that day.


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I have these so far:
- Ruger Mark II
- Ruger SP-101 (original version)
- Colt Frontier Scout 2-tone (Was my Dad’s)
- Colt Frontier Scout blued (was my Father-in-Law’s)
- Reising (I’ve not fired this one; was also my FIL’s)

Planning to purchase:
- Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Tactical
- CZ Kadet upper for my CZ 75


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I shoot these...But NOT enough! Wink

- Ruger MK II 50th Anniversary Edition - 4.4" Tapered BBL
- SIG P220 w/.22LR Conversion - BBL Threaded/Extended by Tornado Technologies


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Originally posted by leonidas211:
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.
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


1s1k

They do require a "tool" for disassembly but a fired 22 case works just as well as the factory plug.

Smith dropped the 422 line maybe 20 years ago so mags are fairly rare and expensive, but still available. 422 mags and Model 41 mags are generally interchangeable.

There 3 basic versions of the pistol. The 422 has a black anodized aluminum frame and a blued slide, the 622 is silver with a stainless slide and the 2206 is all stainless. I believe they all came in 4 and 6 inch versions. I have seen a shorter (2 inch?) 422, not sure if the 622 or 2206 came in a short version. They were made with plastic grips and fixed sights or wood grips and adjustable sights. There are also a few factory ported versions in the wild.

The 4 and 6 inch 422/622's are fairly common. The other variations are rare and probably worth more to a collector.

There is a 60 page thread on the 422 family on rimfire central in the Smith and Wession sub forum if you are truly interested.



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Thanks for the info Herkdriver.
 
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I have a fondness for all 22’s but especially pistols, and have owned dozens over the years.
Right now :
S&W 17
S&W 34
Colt challenger
Beretta Jaguar
S&W 422
Marvel 1911 conversion kit
The 422 is. Very reliable and approaches but doesn’t quite make target competitive accuracy. I plan on jumping into a .22 can soon ( once the one I want is back in stock) and will get an adapter for the 422.
The short versions of the 422 series mentioned above were the 2213 and 2214.
 
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Buckmark, with several Tandemkross aftermarket upgrades. I love it's feel and balance and it is very accurate and very reliable. I am planning on putting a Holosun 508T V2 or 509T RDS on it as soon as they become available. I have found through the years that only fixed barreled .22 pistols have the accuracy I am looking for, because for me, only really accurate guns are interesting.



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^^^Nice Wiha Insulated Screwdriver! Cool


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.22's in my heard -

Browning Buckmark Plus
Ruger MKII standard 4 1/2"
S&W Victory
S&W Model 18

On the list - Kadet upper for CZ75






 
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Had a Sig Mosquito Jamamatic

I still have mine.... Why? Its a darn good training tool for teaching students how to clear malfunctions! I love that pistol for that reason! What do I shoot???

Browning Buchmark Target
Ruger MK III Slabside
and my current favorite
Ruger 22/45 Lite
I have others also.....
 
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Beretta 87, Beretta 70S and Ruger MkII standard.All are great but I like the 70S the most.
 
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A Ruger Single Six, Ruger Bearcat, Ruger 22/45, High Standard Trophy, High Standard Sentinel, S&W 18, S&W 422. Had a couple others over the years that went away, only two I regret selling, a S&W 2213 and a CZ Kadet upper, but I sold it back to the guy I bought it from. He sold it cheap during hard times. When life turned around I sold it back. Killed me, but I did the right thing. lol Was never able to replace it.


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Bookers Bourbon
and a good cigar
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Presently have only 2.

Smith and Wesson Victory with some Tandemkross and Volquartsen stuff. Pending a Volquartsen threaded barrel for a can.

Ruger 22 Charger, added the Ruger BX trigger and a Harris bipod. Tackdriver



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Ruger Mk II NRA edition and a Walther PPQ-22.


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Only one, my S&W 351c in .22 magnum.
It's a real hoot.
 
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Ruger Mark IV 22/45 with Volquartsen Black Mamba LLV4-4 1/2 inch Upper and Volquartsen Competition Bolt and Trigger Package.
Basically and Exactly a Black Mamba.
Volquartsen VM-22 Magpul Edition 22Lr Rifle with Leupold 3x9 Rimfire Scope / Leupold PRW2 Ringset and Atlas Bipod.


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I have also owned
SW 41 models
Sig Sauer Hammerli Trailside Target
Ruger Mark IV Competition with Volquartsen Trigger Package.


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