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PLR-22 opinions?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Ash_J_Williams, Nov 4, 2011.

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  1. Ash_J_Williams

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    Anyone tried on? Considering it for a target pistol because of the high capacity.
     
  2. WC145

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    Neat looking gun for fun and plinking, I have it's big brother the PLR-16.

    Out of curiosity, what does high capacity have to do with being a target pistol?
     
  3. mio

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    one of my buddys bought one this summer and its a blast. pretty accurate functioned well and much better trigger than his other kel tec
     
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    ruger charger has more after market parts and more common mags
     
  5. Blackhawk30

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    Charger is a heavier clumsier gun.I have both.PLR is more fun to shoot.Only time will tell if it falls apart like other KT's.
     
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    fun gun, very accurate....eye turner at the range till they find out it's a 22....i saw black dog mags some where for $12....i didn't get them cause i all ready bought some at $28....gary
     
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    Less frequent reloading. That's always been the allure of a high-cap to me.
     
  9. Ash_J_Williams

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    The charger isn't on sale for $250 and doesn't have a 27-round capacity.
     
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