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Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by druryj, Jun 22, 2020.
Druryj has dain bramage.
I like my bobcat. It only runs on stingers though. It’s all there weight wise and the grip is a little to wide IMO. The wide grip does make it easy to hold.
A good 22 pistol should not jam, maybe occasionally. 22 ammo are known for dirty and some duds.
I tried CCI,Winchester,Aguila, and Remy GB in mine. Also, changed mags. I have owned a lot of 22 pistols with no jams.
I share your affliction, I've had the Beretta, liked it. I have a number of S+W 2213/2214's, but my favorite is the S+W 61-3. It doesn't have a great reputation, I found a good one that shoots and functions as it should, and it is nice and small...
I have an older all metal PT22 with wood grips from the 80’s/90’s. It is one of the best shooting micro pistols I own. Feeds everything and never a misfeed. Of the modern ones I would go with the Ruger.
I'm leaning towards the Beretta Model 21...
Good choice. That beretta is hard to beat in my opinion. Mine doesn't like cheapo ammo, but I'm still pretty fond of it.
I bought an LCP. A true pocket 22 that carries 10 +1. Its fun to shoot, accurate for it's size and the only thing it doesn't like is cci quite ammo. Perfect tackle box gun.
Roughly 90 days with the lcp and no complaints or problems..
LCP II. You'll never look back. Only thing wrong with them is they come with only one mag. Go figure.