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looking at a lightly used one but also the Taurus TX22 and now the P22,FN 502s hard to find here.
 
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My wife bought one after she shot one on vacation. She & I like it; dependable, balances well, and shoots accurately.
 
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I’ve had one for several years. It sometimes doesn’t lock back on the last round. Other than that, it has been incredibly reliable. The trigger is a littler different than a PPQM2/PDP but I still use it a lot for training where I think it excels and it certainly saves me $$$$.


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I had one for a year or so till selling it to a friend that needed it. Never gave me an issue.


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I've sold a couple of them. They feel decently made and the 12 round capacity is nice. I think they're eclipsed by the P322 and TX22 though.
 
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I have 2, one 4" and 5" and love them. They are a lot of fun


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Thank you all!!!
 
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I have shot one.
A comfortable grip and a very good trigger for a Plastic Pistole.
It would be a tough decision between the Walther trigger and the P322 capacity.
 
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I had one. I ended up selling it to a friend that liked it more than I did.

It was a decent pistol. Accurate and reliable enough to be fun.

The gun is styled like a PPQ and I bought it as a "trainer" for my centerfire PPQs.

The trigger, while decent for a .22 plinker, is different enough from the centerfire PPQs that I was not sure the training benefit I was after was there.
 
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I've got one i've put several thousand through. Mostly suppressed. I'd been fantastic. I can regularly bang steel gongs @ 35 & 50 yards with it.




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