YOUR HELP IS NEEDED....22LR WHICH ONE?

Discussion in '.22-Rimfire Forum' started by click, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. click

    click New Member

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    1. WALTHER 22LR TARGET
    2. BERETTA 87 22LR TARGET
    3. KIMBER 22LR TARGETMASTER
    AS ALWAYS YOUR HELP IS NEEDED, RESPECTED AND IS USUALLY THE BEST WAY TO MAKE MY FINAL CHOICE.................THANKS:cool:
  2. Pat Hurley

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    Walther P22 in a walk away!
  3. southernshooter

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    Ditto to what Pat said their are so many aftermarket parts for the P22 you will go broke. For what they other 2 cost each you could buy 2 Walther P22's
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  4. MoBeretta

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    Beretta 87 target... But Im kind of bias :D
  5. I have to go with the Walther as well, with the Kimber not too far behind. The Walther is really a sweet pistol, especially for target work.
  6. cec

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    I have a Walther P22. Very good gun for a low cost as well.

    The only downsides are it is very fickle about how it is held and it can be a pain in the butt getting the spring, rod, and slide to line up during re-assembly.
  7. southernshooter

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    CEC, Don't you use the tool that came with it for that?
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    Does it have to be semi-auto? Because, the Ruger Single-Six is probably one of the best guns ever made...IMO
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    Walther.
  10. click

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    It appears as if the Walther has won out........so over & out it is! Range report to follow:D
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    Yours came with a tool? Mine just had the instructions that pretty much said good luck, here is how to do it.
  12. southernshooter

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    It is a little round plastic piece kinda looks like the guide rod but plastic, It should have came with that the barrel nut wrench and back straps and so on
  13. southernshooter

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    And also Click your profile don't say a location but if you live in one of the free state you can fill out the paperwork and get a supressor for it the barrel is already threaded for it
  14. click

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    Southern, credit cards are dangerous weapons. I not only got the Walther P22 today, but for a few bucks more & my S&W model 619 as a trade in, wound up with the Kimber 22lr TargetMaster as well:eek: By the way i do not live in 1 of the free states, i live in 1 of the states they come down on you for just thinking about things like suppresors:D
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    I've got a Walther P-22 myself. And I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a quality target pistol. I love the speed loader slide built into the stock mags. Even though it's just a .22, it makes reloading a lot quicker! :D Every mag should come with one...

    I haven't tried the optional extended barrel, but I've been told it does make a improvement in your shooting.
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