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.22 pistol/revolver.. your most accurate

Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by swampratt, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. MR.T.

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    For me,
    My T/C Contender pistol with the 10" octagon barrel installed.
    I know its just a single shot, but if I keep a few rounds in the palm of my hand, it can be reloaded & fired again fairly quickly.
     
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    At 25 yards, my Browning Buckmark will have 1.5" groups. I'm sure that it is far more accurate than me.
     
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    I’ve got a Browning Buckmark Silhouette 10” barrel that is ridiculously accurate.
     
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    Forgot the S&W .22 Masterpiece revolver I have. Don't shoot it much, but it probably has one of the finest triggers I've ever felt on a pistol in single action.
    I've had it at a couple of the eat and shoots. Extremely accurate as it was designed as a target pistol to be used in competition back in its day.
     
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    A K 22?
     
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    Yes, K22 Masterpiece.
     
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    I haven't fired target ammo for groups but, for handgun skills practice and general fun plinking My Browning Buckmark is more accurate than I am.
     
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    I'm sure my Masterpiece is very accurate, too. I hope to get somebody besides me to shoot it some day.
     
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    Ruger MK IV, Volquartsen Trigger Kit, 5.5" barrel. Not finicky. Tightest groups are with CCI 40 Gr Mini Mags or the CCI Standard Velocity ammo. Win Super X runs like crap in this gun, and in every .22 I've tried it in. Lots of FTF. FTE, bent rounds, duds, etc. Only good for malfunction drills. Gave the bulk of a box of 500 I had left to some kid and his Dad at the range. And like someone said earlier, I won't even give it Thunderbolts. The trigger is ridiculously smooth. And it shoots better than me and probably anybody else here too.

    I can hit a plate sized target at maybe 10-15 yards pretty consistently with my Rough Rider...on a good day. It's just a plinker, nothing more.
     
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    Bring it to the ENS at Big Boys on Sat June 29th at 10AM and the bunch of us will give it a try! I'd love to shoot that gun.
     

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