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Walther SP22 M2

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Vector, Dec 15, 2010.

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  1. Vector

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    IMO junk. Sorry, I know there are others here that love them, I had a regular walther p22, and sold it. Never looked back. It's a pot metal gun.
     
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    I was under the impression they were constructed better than the P22 :confused:
     
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    ....is what I get when I click on your link.

    Assuming this is the Walther P22 in a special configuration, I have the normal version. It is OK but it is made inexpensively and I don't think they will last like a Browning Buck Mark or Ruger Mk type of gun.
     
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    Yes, that one worked.
    It seems to have a similar grip but a very different slide, and even the trigger seems to have a different mechanism.
    Having said that, and realizing this seems a substantially different gun, my comments regarding the P22 do not apply and I cannot really say whether this is a good gun or not. Walther has a good name, though.
    The regular P22 is actually a Umarex made gun. If this is Umarex it may be similar but if it is actually a real Walther .....:confused:

    I suspect what you really need is advice from someone who has this EXACT type gun.;)
     
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