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22 magnum

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by welty, Jan 8, 2011.

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  1. welty

    welty Member

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    Does S & W have a 22 magnum semi-automatic pistol ?
     
  2. Jim Watson

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    No.
    Kel Tec is the only one I know of.
     
  3. bigfatdave

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    AMT automag ... I know AMT got resurrected, not sure if they're doing the automag in .22 again.

    Gunblast had one recently to review, they're making some, at least:
    http://www.gunblast.com/AMT-AutoMagII.htm
     
  4. Birdmang

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    My local gun store said that they were not getting any PMR30s because their distributor is going to stop carrying them because they suck.
     
  5. bigfatdave

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    The guy at the walmart sports counter says the same thing about .30 Carbine ammo
     
  6. hornet41

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    I have an early AMT automagII .22 mag and love it! Scary accurate and never had a problem with it. But LOUD!!! What you talking about! Ear plugs are required!!'Mo
     
  7. oldfool

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    WMR in any semi action is tuff to get right and reliable, be it pistol or rifle
    there is almost always somebody in cyberspace somewhere pitching some variant ala the current KeLtec
    the old "original" AMT IIs were arguably "best of breed"(I do like mine); reports on current version by current owner of H-Standard "name" vary quite a bit re: quality and reliability, The "names" have been passed around quite a lot

    always somewhat a gamble, any semi WMR
    but no shortage of WMR revolvers out there; if wheelies be acceptable to you, look for a k-48
    (and bolties or lever actions for rifles)

    happy hunting !
     
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