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The Ice Cream Man
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How do you feel about the 41 vs a tuned Mark IV
 
Posts: 3912 | Location: Republic of Ice Cream, Myrtle Beach, SC | Registered: May 24, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I am saving money up to buy a S&W 41 model still about $500.00 + short right now.Maybe next year i'b be able to buy one.


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SR22's - I have 2 of them, one for each of my boys. They are actually getting to shoot them for the 1st time sometime in the next 10 days while on vacation at my friend's house.
 
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SR22's - I have 2 of them, one for each of my boys. They are actually getting to shoot them for the 1st time sometime in the next 10 days while on vacation at my friend's house.
They are great plinkers and a good way to establish good habits. If I haven't been to the range in a while that's what I used to start with before shooting anything more powerful. I probably should have never sold mine. They feel great in the hand and are just plain fun to shoot.
 
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Only a Beretta 89 Gold Standard.

Ruger Mk II 22/45, and CZ 75 Kadet kit are on the wish list but I'm too lazy to actually buy.


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Ruger Mark 1
Sig Trailside
Herbert Schmidt S/A revolver (it also has a .22 magnum cylinder)
Looking to get a 22/45 with threaded barrel and a can soon
 
Posts: 70 | Location: South Florida | Registered: December 14, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I own a Ruger Mk II standard, A Ruger Mk II 5.5" bull barrel and a High Standard Victor. And a Beretta .22 Short Minx, if that counts.
 
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I don't have a lot but I haved owned plenty. This is what I have now.
High Standard Sport King
High Standard Supermatic Citation
Ruger MKII tapered heavy barrel
S&W 63
S&W 41
S&W 617
S&W 2206



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Currently I have a Walther P22, Ruger Wrangler and small derringer.

I’d love to have a Beretta 70.
 
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How do you feel about the 41 vs a tuned Mark IV


In my opinion, the model 41 is the best currently available 22Lr pistol on the market.
It has the best out of the box trigger and it is very accurate.
They can be a bit finicky about ammo choice.
The Ruger Mark IV tuned with Volquartsen triggers and the Volquartsen bolt or bolt enhancement kit is more reliable and becomes closer to the 41.


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If you want the very best accuracy potential the 41 is the choice.
If you want the most fun easy to live with and upgrade get the Mark IV.


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Posts: 2882 | Location: Houston,Texas | Registered: July 04, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My one and only .22 is a P250

Great DA to teach my recoil shy wife how to shoot
 
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I do believe my Beretta 70s is the cutest pistol I own.
In addition, several MKII 22/45s, MKIII lite, a Ruger Standard, Beretta Neos, CZ kadet kit, a couple Rough Riders, 2 NAA revolvers, a GP-100, P220 and P226 conversions, and even a 22lr kit for my LC9.
 
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