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Are you a gun fanatic as well? If so, you'll want to talk to other owners about what you own in this forum.

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Old 07-04-2015, 03:42 PM   #1
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Walther p22

Last time I bought a new .22 semi-auto pistol was in 1977, ruger mark I and it was/is the best .22 I ever bought. Dropped many a ground hog.
Anyway, decided to try a new smaller one, the walther p22 threaded, camo. Iím very happy with this little gun in that it loaded easy, operated great and easy to use with NO jamming. Accurate as well, within range. The only thing is reassembling the spring can take a couple of minutes but once I see whats happening it went back ok. I donít expect to be disassembling it that often.
Would recommend it to anyone who's looking for a light weight semi-auto .22. There may be better pistols out there but I can't try them all.
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Old 07-05-2015, 08:40 AM   #2
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Last time I bought a new .22 semi-auto pistol was in 1977, ruger mark I and it was/is the best .22 I ever bought. Dropped many a ground hog.
Anyway, decided to try a new smaller one, the walther p22 threaded, camo. Iím very happy with this little gun in that it loaded easy, operated great and easy to use with NO jamming. Accurate as well, within range. The only thing is reassembling the spring can take a couple of minutes but once I see whats happening it went back ok. I donít expect to be disassembling it that often.
Would recommend it to anyone who's looking for a light weight semi-auto .22. There may be better pistols out there but I can't try them all.
I have one too...they're fun little guns.
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