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Old 09-07-2010, 9:28 AM
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High Standard Victor 4.5" barrel (107 series)
High Standard Citation 5.5" barrel (Texas)
High Standard 7.5" barrel (forgot which one)
Volquartsen High Standard 6" barrel with Leupold 2X EER scope
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Quite a few of these suckers around I see
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Default Ruger MKII 6-7/8" Bull Barrel

Had this gun for over 5 years now. Still shoots amazing. Targets are 7 yards, standing off-hand. I shoot the outer targets for warm-up and "try" for the 5th, center target.







I see a lot of Mark III's on here, but the grips on the MKII are simply the best I've ever handled. Plus I think it just has that "classic" aesthetic.
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Old 11-01-2010, 11:47 AM
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Here is my Smith and Wesson Model 41….all cleaned up after a weekend match.

Over twenty years old and it will still cut clover leafs at twenty-five yards all day long. I has great sights and a superb trigger, although it is very ammo sensitive (its current favorites are CCI Pistol Match and Eley Tenex).

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Old 11-02-2010, 4:02 PM
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Old 11-12-2010, 2:37 AM
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My new addition: Beretta U22 Neos 6".



Cheaper ammo...can't wait to take her out to the range and shoot the .22lr rounds.



~$18 @ Walmart for 550 hollow point rounds. Anyone know where to get this on-line for cheaper?

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old chico eh? I gotta look that up never seen it
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S&W Model 650 .22 Mag


S&W Model 17 no dash


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A couple more.

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very nice..... Do you still have your m&p?
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very nice..... Do you still have your m&p?
Nope sold that one a while ago, I thought you knew.
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Hey iareConfusE, you're running the same setup I am but with a TLR-3 instead of a TLR-1 Love that P01 and the Kadet kit makes it even more fun!
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I need to join the 22lr club too.

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Homemade Grips: Birdseye Maple (Bocote Grip pictured on one of my knife projects)
Wilson Combat Hammer,Grip Safety, Spring
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Where did you find the .22 upper for your glock? How much was it? Who makes it? Does it shoot well?
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^is that a phoenix? did you get the target kit? i'm tempted to get one of these, since i don't have a 22 to plink all day with. but i'm leaning more towards a s&w 22a
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yea its the phoenix hp22a, got it on sale at Turners and ordered 6mags for it, its just the standard short barrel version, although the target would probably be more accurate i kinda like the look of the short bbl better so far its been awesome, almost 1K rounds thru it


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While I do have quite a few .22 pistols I have to say I don't see the desire in ungainly hardware on top of them. I'm sure it works for the shooter but IMO it's just plain fugly.

I figure if I can't be marginally accurate with my .22 pistols as is I'd switch platforms.
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If it were silver, would it be nicer

I am all for scoping .22's now after doing it. We were having a ball plinking at 200 yards and making gong shots more often than not just the other day. Huge gain IMO over iron sights for things like bullseye shooting and certain styles of shooting.
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just picked this up yesterday. not sure if i want to put a scope or red dot on top.

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JanG, give me a report on that if you would as far as consistency, what ammo you have any malfunctions with, what it likes and doesn't. I'm thinking about getting one of those for my wife so we can go shoot our .22lr's together. I have a "Competition" model Ruger MKIII and its too heavy for her to shoot well. I want to get a 5" fluted barrel and nice grips on the 22A so let me know what you think of it after some rounds go down the tube.
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JanG, give me a report on that if you would as far as consistency, what ammo you have any malfunctions with, what it likes and doesn't. I'm thinking about getting one of those for my wife so we can go shoot our .22lr's together. I have a "Competition" model Ruger MKIII and its too heavy for her to shoot well. I want to get a 5" fluted barrel and nice grips on the 22A so let me know what you think of it after some rounds go down the tube.

i'll post one as soon as i take her out. gonna shoot for thursday, if not sunday or next week tuesday.
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