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    va browning man is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilR. View Post
    The Ruger is overall a better pistol, and comes in many different flavors. The P22 is however much smaller, lighter, easier to strip, and it's easy to put a noise reducer on one.

    S&W, Beretta, and Hammerli make some nice and relatively inexpensive autos too. If you want a higher quality pistol, look at a used High-Standard or S&W 41.

    Some of the better .22's are the double-action revolvers are used Colts and new or used S&W's. Check out Bud's Gunshop website for new S&W.

    Probably the cheapest way to get a really sturdy .22 is to get a single-action Ruger Single-Six.

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    I don't know what gun shop you go to but the single six is not cheap. just under 400 as far as i know. very fine gun i have one and a ruger 22 auto. great way to kill time

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    Quote Originally Posted by va browning man View Post
    I don't know what gun shop you go to but the single six is not cheap. just under 400 as far as i know. very fine gun i have one and a ruger 22 auto. great way to kill time

    Perhaps you should go back and re-read my post. I didn't say the Ruger was cheap.

    PhilR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niadhf View Post
    Well most recomendations here seem to be autos. But i Love my Taurus MODEL 94. 9 shote, simple easy, accurate and fun.
    I bought my wife a .22 caliber Taurus model 94, stainless steel, light weight, 2 inch barrel with laser sights. She loved it.

    Since that time though she has fired my SW model 66, 2 1/2 inch roundbutt and my Colt Combat Commander in .45 ACP.

    The Taurus has become her plinker and "snake gun" with shotshell ammo, and she has "claimed" the SW model 66 for her own now.

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    What's the practicle difference between the Bull barrel and the Hunter on ruger models????

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    Quote Originally Posted by guimoman View Post
    What's the practicle difference between the Bull barrel and the Hunter on ruger models????
    Practical difference.......the hunter barrels are lighter. Both are equally accurate.

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    I think it's probably general concensus that the Ruger is a great .22 pistol. I'd recommend the Mark II or III, both great guns.

    I've got a S&W 22A as well but I wouldn't recommend it. The third round I ever put through it caused the action to blow off and the spring went flying off somewhere, I had to buy a new. Ever since it's jammed a lot. Maybe I just got a bad one, so don't let me deter you from getting one.

    I think the Ruger's go for close to $500 but I'm not sure since I didn't buy either of mine. I have seen good used one's at gun shows though that go for around $300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilR. View Post
    The Ruger is overall a better pistol, and comes in many different flavors. The P22 is however much smaller, lighter, easier to strip, and it's easy to put a noise reducer on one. (snip)
    Handle as many as you can and find which one fits your hand best. And, someone mentioned a Taurus 94 revolver, another good choice.

    The cans cost more than the pistols.






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    Take a look at the Beretta U22. My wife and I will be taking her new one to the range Monday.
    Academy has them at $219 and $269 in the Dallas area, they have some stores in GA so it might be worth checking them out.

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