You can't go wrong with the browning. Heck, just look up nutfancy about them.
I bought a 3x9x40mm Bushnell Trophy Xlt Multi X, from Amazon for 115.00. It's been a great scope.
Ruger MK1 22, in the late 70,s. In expensive to shoot.
DVC, Ive heard of that happening to people over on rimfire central. If I remember right, it happens mostly when they do the spring flip, or bend...
Probably My Buck Mark UDX.
I have a 1960 Regent 8 shot 22 double action revolver, it's not what I would call an excellent gun, but for its age and 36 bucks new back then,...
No, your not the only one it bothers.
Yes, maybe a ruger steel mk, or buck mark.
I vote Buckmark, nothing wrong with all the others, I just like the 16 click sight a little better.
I started years ago, buying only adjustable sighted guns. I own only 1 fixed sight 22 revolver now, it shoots pretty good thats why I still have it.
380's rock! compared to the 22 I carry.
My Buck Mark owners manual says not to take the gun apart, just clean the inside of the barrel and breech face area with a brush.
300.00 to 350.00 is where they fall in my area. The higher end ones go for a bit more. I think you got a good deal, 22s aren't cheap anymore.
I fully agree with JMR40,s post.
It might be a little stronger at closer ranges( ive no proof of that ) But I think at farther ranges, the regular 22 would win out, for holding...
I vote Buckmark too, simply because their still made. I bought the stainless udx plus.
I vote Buckmark
bikemutt. Your goinna love that Buckmark. I bought the udx stainless model a few months back, and am real pleased with it.
Nope, not me. But wallets are a whole different story.
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