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How about some pictures of your .22 Handguns

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by bigmike45, Apr 19, 2021.

  1. 12Bravo20

    12Bravo20 Member

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    I have quite a few pistols and a couple of revolvers in 22lr and like all of them.My favorite overall lately has been my Kel-Tec CP33 with a Swampfox Kingslayer red dot. That thing is accurate out to 85 yards (farthest I have shot so far) and fun fun fun. Plus I love the look on people's faces as they wait to see if/when I am going to reload. Gotta love the 33 round magazines. I haven't bought the 17 round extensions (50 rounds total) yet.

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  2. ApacheCoTodd

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  3. ericuda

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    I'll play. My 47 and 53 k22s (not sure which one belongs to box and small grips) and dads mark 1. My mark 2 target and a good ole fie tex22 I believe. Others are common. 20210420_122957.jpg 20210420_123046.jpg 20210420_154557.jpg
     
  4. bannockburn

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    A couple more that I hadn't had a chance to download before:
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  5. The Last Outlaw

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    My Buckmark and little Black Widow. I also have a little Kel Tec P17, but it has been claimed by the wife
     

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  6. Steve51

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    Only have 3 rimfire handguns.
    Ruger Single Six. Taurus 992, and Ruger Mark IV Target

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  7. Howland937

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    Just this thing. 20210419_110946.jpg
    Just picked it up 4 days ago. Was loading ammo Easter Sunday and my dad says "I can't believe you don't own a .22 handgun"...after consideration, I couldn't believe it either. Didn't look hard for one, but ran across this one at the LGS for a price I could stomach.
     
  8. JohnB-40

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  9. ApacheCoTodd

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    My completely reliable, not the least bit finnicky P22.

    Apparently, I'm one of the few.

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    Todd.
     
  10. Rembrandt

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    Rim fire handguns are a weakness.....will post more later.

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  11. Obturation

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    My forever 22 pistol, I think it'll survive me, my kids, their kids and the apocalypse. No mk4 required, I'm good.
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  12. Boxhead

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    I was just out giving a recently acquired 3 1/2" S&W pre-M43 Airweight and brought my old M41 that I fitted the short barrel that I bought on clearance from Midway years ago. Original is the 7" barrel.

    The guns.

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    The groups at 25 yards, M41 top trying different loads, "M43" bottom with Federal AutoMatch bulk.

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  13. jmorris

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    The only thing I have more of than .22 handguns are .22 rifles, many would be redundant from others posted here. There are many fine ones, not sure if I could pick a favorite I suppose least favorite would be easier.

    That would be the little NAA one to actually shoot but this one would be a close 2nd for me but one many young and new shooters pick up first to try.

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    Likely the only reason I still have it, I am a sucker for anything that gets people to get into shooting. Once they are having a good time I can roll in a “Now try this....”
     
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  14. ApacheCoTodd

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    Todd.
     
  15. earlthegoat2

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    Nice MK III (I think) It better be your forever. I lusted after a MK II Target Slab Side for for a reasonable price for ages until I found the MK II Target I posted earlier. Note how I said reasonable price. I could never find a slab side for under $500. I bought the Standard Target for $225 OTD and then some thumb rest grips later for $35.
     
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  16. Obturation

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    Yeah, mk3. I honestly don't remember what I paid, I think I bought it around 2012.
     
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  17. Armored farmer

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    Hey, that's double sided tape. The way I see it. Thats 2 times as tactical as duct tape. Plus, I used two zipties on the pic rail segment that I sawed in half with a zawzall..... Very gunsmith-y-ish.
     
  18. toivo

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    I have a bunch of them -- here are a couple.

    Nelson Custom Guns .22 conversion upper on a Springfield Range Officer frame, with a Burris Fastfire III sight mounted:
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    Ruger Bisley Single Six, with grips from Arizona Custom:
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  19. ontarget

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    @Armored farmer, Oh no sir, I was certainly not questioning your fine smithing skills. It just took me back to my youth with my best friend. Try to imagine precision shooting with 5 pounds of mag lite on your barrel.

    On the bright side I ended up marrying his sister so it's all good.
     
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  20. sparkyv

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    My current favorite 22LR, M617. S&W M617 210403  618.jpg
     
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  21. usp9

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    Wow!! Some really nice guns represented here. Some I wasn't aware of.

    Here's a couple not shown yet. Any excuse to post a pic.

    Walther TPH.
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    The original, a Walther PP and the Walther inspired Daewoo DP52.
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    Astra Constable.
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  22. Milkmaster

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  23. Armored farmer

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    I have two single sixes and am shopping for a third stainless 6½ incher.
    This is my woods gun. My plinker. To me, its what a .22 revolver should be. The magnum cylinder is a bonus. Like having another gun.
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  24. sigarms228

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  25. Carl N. Brown

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    My .22 Handguns include
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    Jennings J22
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    Ruger MkII
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