We now have one thing we disagree on. I just love the way a wheelgun feels and functions; something just grabs hold of me when I handle them. I have my share of semi-autos too though; still much fun!i so want one
much prefer autos over wheels and i dolike the mag round but here if someone has one they keep it ..
Ah, but with a revolver you must load it at least 4 times, as each round is loaded Individually!!i agree with woolleyworm,im a revolver man.i have semi autos but you only have to load a revolver once.to load a semi auto you must load three times.first you must load the magazine,then you must load gun with the magazine,then you must load a round in the chamber.nuf said old semperfi
Lets just say that the Automag II has a serious flaw that I don't believe HS of Houston has addressed since they restarted it...hey, I like that thing. Wondering if the PMR will ever be available from keltec, only advantage I see is the mag capacity. But I'm betting the automag is a much better built gun.
Currently, the Keltec RMR-30, the Excell Accelerator, the Magnum Research 1022M, the Volquartzen 1022M, and the CZ 452 & 512.Does anyone make a Semi Auto .22 mag Rifle? I would buy one for sure.
CZ worth buying and how much would one cost?Currently, the Keltec RMR-30, the Excell Accelerator, the Magnum Research 1022M, the Volquartzen 1022M, and the CZ 452 & 512.
Best of those would be the RMR-30 (30-rds per mag) and the VQ & CZ offerings.
In the past...
Marlin 922M (ROCKS!!)
Grendel R-31 (ROCKS!!)
H&R 700 (ROCKS!!)
Ruger 1022M (moderate success, stopped & started 5 times, then sold off to Magnum Research & Volquartzen)
The rest you can dig up, but ain't worth the time...few have ever succeded in making properly functioning .22WMR semi-auto's...
There is a trick to it, because the case just ain't made for semi-auto...
even necked down into .17HMR, it still has issues...hence why there are NO .17HMR semi-auto's anymore...