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We've had a half dozen come through so far; all sold through bloody fast. The 20rd mags were certainly cool (and a pain to procure more given what's about to happen in WA state) but the overall feel seems rather cheapish to me, much like the same as the Taurus TX22 does. Didn't particularly float any boat for me, but I guess I can see how folks--especially SIG fans--could fall all over for this thing.


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Thanks for the photo sigarms229. My Beretta 87T never fails to ignite the round. The firing pin imprint is a thin, crisp rectangle that goes further inwards. It’s 100% reliable with all ammo I’ve tried, but long ago I settled on Aguila Pistol Match and use that exclusively.



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My Beretta 87T never fails to ignite the round


I'm saving the rest of my Aguila and Remingtons to run in my Mark III ultralight and my Beretta 92A1 .22lr. I'll be curios to see if they run fine in those guns. I've had the remington for years but the Aguila is new production and I've never shot it before running it in the P322.



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I don’t think this is a gun problem it’s an ammo problem. Plenty of 22 doesn’t have a uniform rim of priming compound. Your 87T can hit as hard as it wants, if there isn’t primer it won’t go bang. Nowadays most “light strikes” are really just bad ammo if you are using a stock gun.
 
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Over the weekend my LGS got 12 322’s. I of course was out of town for my FIL’s memorial service. I went in to check but no luck. I did pay for a preorder though so I should get the next one. 449.
 
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Put a mag through one this evening.

Didn't feel cheap to me. The grip felt just like a 365 grip, which is less meatier than a 320. Slide actually felt very nice compared to a Glock 44 and several other guns in that class.

Trigger was OK. More creep than I'd expect on a SA trigger and a way longer reset, but not "bad". Just different than my SAO 2011s or a striker fired gun.

Only thing that caught me off guard was how low on the frame and how short a throw the safety had, but it actuated positively enough.

Perfectly reliable for 20 suppressed rounds.


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I've finally been able to fondle a couple. Blows away the Taurus TX in feel, with a much more manageable grip. Green F/O 3-dots embedded in a nice, target sight-picture are a nice touch. I thought the safety was quite positive on both examples. One seen at $449, the other at $549, LOL.
 
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Pretty much every one I’ve heard of, that was sold around here was $399. That’s what I paid for mine, plus taxes, of course.
As I said in a previous post, I never intended to buy one for at least a year, until a guy came to my local gun club and made me shoot his
 
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I and my friend just bought two on Friday and went to the range. I put 700 rounds through mine and he put 600 through his with no precleaning. I had one fail to feed and one that did not fire and he had one that did not fire. Both of mine were with federal auto match. I rand five different kinds of ammo and all shot well. I was well pleased as I know no .22 pistol I own would do that well. They are fun and feel like a bigger gun. He put an optic on his and I did not but have one ordered. I shoot it much better than I do my M17.
 
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Originally posted by monoblok:
We've had a half dozen come through so far; all sold through bloody fast. The 20rd mags were certainly cool (and a pain to procure more given what's about to happen in WA state) but the overall feel seems rather cheapish to me, much like the same as the Taurus TX22 does. Didn't particularly float any boat for me, but I guess I can see how folks--especially SIG fans--could fall all over for this thing.


Could you email me who you work for? I am trying to get a hold of one before the mag an takes effect. I’m in the Everett area.






What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???


 
Posts: 10183 | Location: Western WA state for just a few more years... | Registered: February 17, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Could you email me who you work for? I am trying to get a hold of one before the mag an takes effect. I’m in the Everett area.


Ha! I was seriously going to ask the same thing, and for the same reason!

It’s getting ridiculous, the great WA state magazine scavenger hunt….

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I don’t know if you guys have a “Scheels Sports” out there in Washington, but that was the only place that I could find any, in Wisconsin.
I couldn’t find any, online.
 
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