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.22 pistol/revolver.. your most accurate

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

  1. LinearZero

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    I've had my eye on a Ruger Single 10? with the fiber optic sights. If it is as accurate as it is beautiful (6.5" barrel), I wouldn't regret blowing $600+ on a rimfire revolver.
     
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    Too far and snaky. Also, I have a lunch set up at Lake Murray that day. Sorry.
     
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    I got to go shoot Friday ( it was very hot, late in the afternoon) I mounted the Nikon Rimfire Scope I bought for my Ruger Rimfire on my Sig Sauer 522 rifle, shot 10 inches low, adjusted the turret, dead on. I brought my 10/22 it shot excellent also, I moved to the swinger at 25 yards, the SR22 and S&W compact as well as my S&W 41 & I have an older 6 shot 617 4” barrel revolver did well, but what surprised me the most was my P229 .22lr conversion, it shot very good, right up there with the 41 and 617. I was using bulk Federal 36 grain that I bought at Cabela’s When I was coming back from the Tinker Air Show — I have a Ruger LCR .22lr with a 1 7/8 barrel, I was getting the hang of, I messed up and mounted a new white line front sight, now I can’t seem to hit the 25 yard swingers. I really like shooting .22lr, I met a OSA member on a trade once, he said shooting was like an addiction. I sure seemed to enjoy it!
     
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    For me it be a Ruger MKII SS bull slab side. It’s like a 6 or 7 inch barrel. Dang thing is a tack driver. You have to work to miss your target. Dang gun is that good
     
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    At firearm central i saw a hk416 22lr pistol 8 inch barrel i think.
    Anyone got one of these???
    I wonder how accurate it would be?? There was a stock or brace attached....should be accurate??
     
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    My 22/45 lite is very accurate with red dot and the can. I shot it at about 75 yards I know for a fact armadillos ain’t safe that far out if I’m steady


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    Like my SR22 and Bersa 22
     
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    S&W K-22 Masterpiece is not only my most accurate, but also has one of the finest triggers you will ever touch from the factory
     
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    The best I had was a Beretta 89 Gold Standard. I messed up and traded it. Now a Sig Trailside is my most accurate.
     
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    I will buy a Wrangler before a Heritage.
     

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