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    well thanks for the information, it was something i saw at agun show a couple years back and wasn't sure.

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    well after much deliberation i am pretty well set on the walther p22, i have held but have not fired it, although i should be shortly. I found someone who bought one for $100 at a pawnshop and he might be willing to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFenian View Post
    well after much deliberation i am pretty well set on the walther p22, i have held but have not fired it, although i should be shortly. I found someone who bought one for $100 at a pawnshop and he might be willing to sell.
    If it is available for around that you better jump on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buck32 View Post
    If it is available for around that you better jump on it.
    I agree, but look at it good and make sure it functions well also learn how to strip it down before you buy it! Go to you tube and there are a few good videos to see how.
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    Well from what i understand, it was a bran new gun a guy pawned and missed the last hundred dollars. So the owner sold it and now i have to wait.

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    i feel like i say this alot but, in terms of picking out a handgun, check out this sticky. it helped me out alot in deciding what kind of hangun i want to buy when i turn 21.

    and the best way to learn what you want is to go out and shoot alot of different handguns

    best of luck to you!

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