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My current threaded .22lr pistols are:

Sig P322
Beretta M9A1
Walther PPQ 5"

If I was going to only pick 1, it would be the Beretta. It's accurate and 100% reliable.

My 2nd pick would be the PPQ, also accurate and 100% reliable but I don't shoot it as well as I do the Beretta.

P322 is almost as accurate as the others and I can't say its 100% reliable as it has light strikes with Aguilia ammo.

Here's my Beretta, picked it up used for $225, in box with 2 mags, mint condition.




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...Ruger MK 4 Target threaded bull barrel. Finding that model will be difficult.


I have one. It is a Ruger Mark IV Model 40178. I just found quite a few with a google search. Or go to https://ruger.com/products/mar...pecSheets/40178.html and search for a retailer. It is a Sports South Distributor exclusive, so you just need to find an outlet that uses Sports South. Good luck. I love mine.


Thanks for that info. I have a Firefly that needs an adapter and the suppressor will not line up. I ordered the Ruger Model 40178.
 
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Integral suppressor on a mk2 Ruger. P365 9mm with Dead air Odessa 9.
 
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For a budget plinker I’ve been super impressed with these p17s. Function great and super lightweight.


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Posts: 1196 | Location: NE Fl. | Registered: August 10, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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These have all been reliable and tons of fun.


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Posts: 1196 | Location: NE Fl. | Registered: August 10, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I finally got to the range Friday with my new 322 and other than one bad Federal Champion I didn’t have any FTF. I did have a few subsonic rounds that fired but didn’t strip the next round from the mag. I shot half a dozen boxes rounds and another 65-70 that were in a box and apart from their head stamp I’m not sure what they were.





I was just shooting some metal swingers from 15 yards and the RomeoZero Elite made that pretty the easy but the disappointing part was none of the 22’s could swing the targets to the other side.





While the 322 isn’t my favorite, I do like the 20 rnd mags it’s fun, has been reliable and fairly accurate even with my poor eyesight and in my shaky hand (which I probably owe a lot to the optic)!

I’ve seen some complaints but most are positive, I’ve heard negative remarks about the RomeoZero Elite, that it eats batteries but that hasn’t been my experience if you turn it off. There have been complaints that it doesn’t have “shake awake” and to that I say spend another $100 and buy one that does … same with the battery(it requires removing the site to change it). These things aren’t kept secret, read the info on the box if you don’t want to do your research!

I do like my Colts & Rugers, keeping in mind they are stainless and weigh 3X as much. I really like my Beretta 71, but it only holds 7 rounds so I usually default to my 70. My Nelson Custom is great but is also heavy my SiG (GSG) 1911 is great to warm up with also, but heavy and 10 rounds so, I guess I still haven’t found the perfect rimfire to suppress but the 322 is close.


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Both from 2002

...but the Axiom is '19


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I had a p22 20 years ago and just never warmed up to it. I had forgotten just how tiny the grip is. My wife has one and I decided to throw a can on it. Suppressed its runs cci standards flawlessly. She loves it.


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Posts: 1196 | Location: NE Fl. | Registered: August 10, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I wouldn't have guessed it, but the only one that has never malfunctioned shooting suppressed it my Ruger SR-22.

Doesn't matter the ammo, it works suppressed, unsuppressed, never fails. Don't have to change a thing in between either.





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