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M&P 22 pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by breakingcontact, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. breakingcontact

    breakingcontact Member

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    What is the consensus on this pistol?

    I know it's similar to the full size M&P, but is it a good stand alone 22LR pistol aside from being a training compliment to the full size?

    Is it reliable, durable and accurate?
     
  2. allaroundhunter

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    What are you trying to do with it?

    First off, it is not actually made by S&W. Its accuracy and reliability were good when I spent about two days with one, there were two instances when it failed to fire a round that fired just fine in a Ruger Mk III.

    As far as durability? I can't really help you there.
     
  3. breakingcontact

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    Sounds like a good report. Feels very different than the Rugers but know its built differently for a different purpose.
     
  4. LightningMan

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    I like mine, shoot it alot, and pretty accurate, but some (like mine) can be picky about ammo. As mine doesn't like under powered ammo, because weak rounds won't cycle reliably, but a friend I know, his will shoot pretty much anything. The reason I bought mine was to use for cheap practice, as my CCW is a M&P .40c, which also gets used in my local gun clubs combat/IDPA matches. LM
     
  5. holdencm9

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    Seems like a good understudy pistol.:D
     
  6. breakingcontact

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    ZOINK!

    Call it a farm league firearm.
     
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