Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by crestoncowboy, Apr 27, 2019.
Certainly not arguing the quality point though. They are easily the sorriest quality guns I own. Other than a clerke I cant think of another gun that's so reliably bad
But in terms of quality, my Browning Buckmark, Ruger Mk III and IV, and Smith & Wesson are much better quality wise.
Sorry to see your gun died.
Or that TX22 that you've been wanting (or will find yourself wanting after you look into it). The slide of this 16+1 .22lr pistol is 7075 aluminum.
How about an all steel .22 that's compact, built right, and will last forever? What you need is a Beretta Model 70S! Super reliable, durable, and with a great single action trigger capable of some mighty decent accuracy! Did I mention that it's fun to shoot too? Great little.22!
I liked the feel but stuck to my Rugers and old Colt Sport Woodsman, which is accelerating in value so fast I'm almost afraid to take it out.
It’s Zamak/zinc not aluminum.
The Walther PPQ .22 has an aluminum slide. Mines been flawless, suppressed and I suppressed.
Also looked on YouTube about repairing Zinc. There are a couple of videos on repairing it
No worries though. No big loss
Zinc, not aluminum. Big difference.
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