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Ruger SR22, looking for feedback


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#21 Camaro45th

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Posted April 21 2017 - 04:34 PM

I have one but haven't shot it yet. I'm about 10 minutes from Mitchel. Could probably arrange to let you try it. I have a lot of stuff I haven't shot, about time for a range trip.

Lmk, I would be willing to meet you, we can discuss specifics.

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#22 TwentyTimes

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Posted April 21 2017 - 09:04 PM

I have an SR22. I really enjoy the gun. Inexpensive ammo makes it even better

My gun needed to. Ever thought back to Ruger. The barrel needed yo never placed. These things happen. Tigers customer service is excellent. 2 weeks from start to finish.

I bought it as a business decision. 9mm ammo gets pricey. I just picked up 1100 rounds of 22lr for under $40 at dicks!

Overall, I give the SR22 a definite buy.
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#23 Camaro45th

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Posted April 22 2017 - 04:52 AM

I bought the Kimber because it was economical and still have that crisp 1911 single action trigger. The Ruger is double action. The trigger was a very heavy pull.


I just checked out that conversion kit, only available for .45 chambered 1911s.

#24 boosti

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Posted April 22 2017 - 05:37 AM

I just checked out that conversion kit, only available for .45 chambered 1911s.

If you ever buy a .45 1911 and want a fun range gun and save money, the Kimber is definitely a nice inexpensive quality item to have. Best of luck with the new .22!




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