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1911Operator
08-30-2012, 8:05 PM
What semi-auto is most common? Im looking for a new gun, and feel like a .22 might be the best option for me.

hkdad
08-30-2012, 8:14 PM
Browning Buckmark .22

1911Operator
08-30-2012, 8:18 PM
Browning Buckmark .22
I know there are going to be other .22 guns, but out of the ones listed (the ones I prefer to buy) which is most common?

Press Check
08-30-2012, 8:42 PM
The Ruger MKIII, and MKIII 22/45.

Just purchased a MKIII Target.

morrcarr67
08-30-2012, 8:59 PM
I would have to say the Colt Woodsman and any of the series guns. They were made for over 50 years in pretty good numbers.

They are all C&R and roster exempt.

smittty
08-30-2012, 9:04 PM
What semi-auto is most common? Im looking for a new gun, and feel like a .22 might be the best option for me.

Get the new ruger sr22 pistol. They are very nice!!!

Rorge Retson
08-30-2012, 9:10 PM
The fact you don't have the Buckmark listed means you don't really know the segment or what is best.

smittty
08-30-2012, 9:13 PM
The fact you don't have the Buckmark listed means you don't really know the segment or what is best.

Or the CZ Kadet! It's the best imho.

1911Operator
08-30-2012, 9:14 PM
Get the new ruger sr22 pistol. They are very nice!!!
Looks like a nice gun, its like a walther p22, mags are also $30 :(

The fact you don't have the Buckmark listed means you don't really know the segment or what is best.

I dont really like them, thats why I dint include it up there.

Rorge Retson
08-30-2012, 9:25 PM
I dont really like them, thats why I dint include it up there.
Then the name of this thread should be changed. The title of "most common" belongs to either the Browning or the Ruger, depending on who you ask.

Press Check
08-30-2012, 9:27 PM
The fact you don't have the Buckmark listed means you don't really know the segment or what is best.

I think he posted the pistols he is interested in purchasing, and omitted those that he's not interested in.

Fishslayer
08-30-2012, 9:29 PM
The Ruger MK series has been around for a long, long, time. And many of the MK1s are still going strong. They put Ruger on the map.


The fact you don't have the Buckmark listed means you don't really know the segment or what is best.

Ummm... No.

morrcarr67
08-31-2012, 5:42 AM
Then the name of this thread should be changed. The title of "most common" belongs to either the Browning or the Ruger, depending on who you ask.

I agree. I made my post from my phone and couldn't see the "poll". Based on the title I still say the Colt series of guns.

Oceanbob
08-31-2012, 5:55 AM
You can't go wrong with Ruger products in .22 rimfire.

I love my 22/45 and so do my kids.

HighLander51
08-31-2012, 6:50 AM
Ruger MK III or Ruger 22/45, same gun basically. Been around since the 50's, run forever, lots of accessories. You don't want a .22LR where the slide moves, only the bolt.

CK_32
08-31-2012, 6:51 AM
The Ruger MKIII, and MKIII 22/45.

Just purchased a MKIII Target.

+1

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odslim
08-31-2012, 10:23 AM
If you can hang on...keep a look out for the M&P.22 pistol. Its basically a full size handgun as the rest of the M&P models. I shot and held the sr22 and the p22, there fun, but in my hands its too small and feels like a toy kinda.

Milsurps
08-31-2012, 10:30 AM
My MKI and the Wife's MKII have been running for many years. I think the MKIII will do the same for you. Hard to beat a Ruger. :D

Squidward
08-31-2012, 10:39 AM
Of those you listed; the Ruger Mark III. You can probably find one used for a good price that'll last a long time. Aftermarket 'stuff' (if you're into that) is also plentiful..