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phx arms hp22 alternative

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by seethesvt, Feb 20, 2011.

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  1. seethesvt

    seethesvt Member

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    It's inexpensive, about $125, its little, about the size of my wallet, and its super cheap to shoot... my pops has one, but the frame cracks by the chamber, and it has alot of problems around 200rds in one session. I can't one, w/out all the warranty work all the time. What are other options for a cheap, small, quality 22 pistol?
     
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    ANY THING ELSE
    I have read that some work well, as .22 isn't the most difficult round to build a gun for, but realize that there are old cap guns that are better built that one of those.
     
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    "ANYTHING ELSE" is a pretty bad answer... cuz obviously they're not all inexpensive.
     
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    "ANYTHING ELSE" is a pretty bad answer... cuz obviously they're not all inexpensive.
     
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    Well, gee Willikers
    whydoncha get a cap guunnnn or a airpistol
    cuz if you can't afford a gun, you really can't afford the ammo

    and buying a POS is much more expensive than spending the money to buy something that works, and if you are THAT CHEAP, GO BUY A PELLET GUN, AT LEAST IT WILL WORK
     
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    Hey buddy ol pal, I own guns. Its not my first. It'd be nice to have a 22 for the range to save some money. 9mm is cheap, 38sp is cheap too, but 22 is dirt cheap... it be nice to do huh... thanks for the short tempered, waste of time replies... they wont be necessary anymore.
     
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    USED, for a bit more like 200-225 you can get a ruger MK series or a used buckmark, etc.
     
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    or a Beretta Neos for around $260 NIB. with the right ammo it can be a tack driver. mine likes Thunderbolt which is really dirty, but is not quite as accurate with WWB or Federal bulk. all in all a fun .22 to shoot. I bought it because my .45 costs more to shoot but ended up shooting both at every session because they're both fun and I need to keep accurate with the .45.
     
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