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#21 boosti

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Posted March 19 2017 - 06:14 AM

Why dont you try a Beretta 21A. This way when they have the federal reciprocity law passed, you could drop it in your front pocket and hit 95 South for a trip down south in your t-shirt and shorts. I've had mine for over 30 years, and it is a fun little gun.
 
 
 
 

I had one for a few years, sold to one of the senior cops who was looking for a pocket Pistol. It was a fun gun to shoot. My .32 Seecamp was my favorite pocket Pistol until I bought the Kahr P380 Blackdiamond.

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#22 HyFiveGuns

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Posted March 19 2017 - 08:45 AM

I took my brand new Beretta 9M-22 to the range for the first time today. I planned on playing with the 22 for a little while before switching to my Colt. I had so much fun, the Colt never left my range bag.The grips are a little too large and not "grippy" enough  for me, so I'll probably put on a pair of Wilson Combat Ultra Thin G-10 grips. Other than that, this is an amazingly fun handgun. A little pricey for a 22, but worth every penny.

 

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My Beretta 92FS is my favorite gun of all.  I bought the .22LR conversion kit for it and it runs exactly like the 9M-22.  Easy to take to range.  One gun, two slides..


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#23 LarryD23

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Posted March 19 2017 - 12:44 PM

My Beretta 92FS is my favorite gun of all.  I bought the .22LR conversion kit for it and it runs exactly like the 9M-22.  Easy to take to range.  One gun, two slides..

Are you still running the factory grips?



#24 HyFiveGuns

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Posted March 19 2017 - 03:24 PM

Are you still running the factory grips?

 

Yes sir.  The only modification I've done to my 92 is to put in a stainless steel guide rod. 


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#25 Steyr AUG man

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Posted March 19 2017 - 06:30 PM

I had one for a few years, sold to one of the senior cops who was looking for a pocket Pistol. It was a fun gun to shoot. My .32 Seecamp was my favorite pocket Pistol until I bought the Kahr P380 Blackdiamond.

thats funny, i first bought it in .25 ACP, but soon thereafter,  when i saw they had a .22 available, i figured i would save a bunch on the cost of ammo. .22 ammo was dirt cheap in the mid 1980's. I sold the .25 to a female cop looking for a pocket pistol, and i went back to Coliseum and got one in .22 .  I also have the Seecamp, in .32, and two in .380 . And I also have the Kahr P380, two-tone. Maybe you are my brother from another mother.



#26 NRATC53

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Posted March 19 2017 - 06:31 PM

I didn't like it. While it seemed like a cool concept, both myself and the salesman had a hard time breaking it apart. For the extra $100, I'd rather use it towards ammo or a scope or a bag or all 3 lol

I had no problem with either one I bought- Both stainless, each was under $250



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Posted March 19 2017 - 06:33 PM

I had no problem with either one I bought- Both stainless, each was under $250

That's a great price. I think they wanted $350 for the takedown when I bought my 22.

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Posted March 19 2017 - 08:05 PM

I had one for a few years, sold to one of the senior cops who was looking for a pocket Pistol. It was a fun gun to shoot. My .32 Seecamp was my favorite pocket Pistol until I bought the Kahr P380 Blackdiamond.

a friend had one that the slide spring lever jumped on- PITA to put it right



#29 NRATC53

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Posted March 19 2017 - 08:08 PM

That's a great price. I think they wanted $350 for the takedown when I bought my 22.

Palmetto state armory ran a deal. Honestly, both broke down quite easily- push the button and twist


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