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.22 For the wife.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Brad5192, Mar 16, 2009.

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  1. Brad5192

    Brad5192 Member

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    It's her frist time shooting a hand gun and i want her to like it. She wants her C.C. I will buy her a big gun for C.C.
     
  2. Knightrider03m

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    Since she won't be carrying the .22. I would go with something cheap that won't break the bank.
     
  3. Brad5192

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    How about a walther p22. I will use it to
     
  4. PT1911

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    walther p-22 is definitely a great choice, they are available in a variety of configurations, shoot extremely well, are quite comfortable, and are very reliable.... a p-22 was my first handgun purchase and I have put a couple thousand rounds through it with no failures. the only ftf have been ammunition related and not attributed to the gun. I highly recommend them to all of my friends and have never heard any complaints from them.
     
  5. chris in va

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    Let her choose the gun. You may find she doesn't care for 22, might like 45 instead. Yes...that's right.

    My friend has a lot of fun with my Kadet 22, but her favorite is my Sig 220 45. Some women like the feeling of power in their hands. Seriously.
     
  6. Pilot

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    Ruger MK II or III or Browning Buckmark. They are in a different league than the Walther P22, Sig Mosquito and even the Beretta Neos.
     
  7. searcher451

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    +1 to letting her select a gun that best fits her hand, both now and when the time comes to select a concealed carry weapon.

    My wife (girlfriend at the time) learned to shoot with a Ruger Bearcat. She enjoyed the experience enough to experiment with other .22s, including a Ruger Mark 1, a Walther PP, even a small derringer. She ended up selecting a Beretta .32 for her personal use, however ... and that gun might well have been the last firearm I would have selected for her.

    A man who makes a handgun selection for his wife is a man who will quckly be disappointed, if not pushed aside entirely.
     
  8. KINGMAX

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    + 1 for the WALTHER P22

    YES indeed + 1 for the WALTHER P22 !!! I just purchased my second one. Three years ago I bought my first one. It was a full sized in 5 inch barrel in two tone OD Green. Very accurate, easy to use, outstanding performance.

    Two weeks ago I purchased my second one. It has the 3.4 inch barrel, solid black color. I added the Walther Laser to it. I have got it all zeroed in, one sweet auto loader for sure. I just hold the little 'RED DOT' on the target and away it goes. Wonderful little piece. I couldn't be more satisfied for the price. $300 for the pistol, $65 for the laser. I actually wanted to find one in digital camouflage, but was unable to locate one anywhere in the lower 48. I have heard a rumor that they do exist, but no one I have spoken to has ever seen one as of yet.

    I have seen a few in 'Solid HOT PINK and PINK digital camouflage', but I don't do pink when it comes to pistols and guns. Let me know if you would like one in pink and I will send you the two gun shops that I found them in.

    GOOD LUCK
     
  9. trekgod3

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    Don't forget the Beretta Neos. Very fun to shoot, and zero recoil. Only around $200 new.
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  10. Brad5192

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    Thank's guys
     
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