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Best Pre-threaded rimfire pistol??

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by pdcrig, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. pdcrig

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    I'm thinking about getting into the sound suppression club. I'm looking at selling my Ruger rimfire pistol to pay for a pre-threaded model of some other brand. Which models do people recommend the most? I like the Sig Mosquito and have shot a suppressed model but I don't want to buy a separate 1/2 x 28 adapter. I'm not a big fan of the Walther P22 because it's so small. So, what do you guys think? Thanks.
     
  2. Shoot Summ

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    I like the S+W 422, 622, 2206 models, still require an adapter but a nice shooting pistol that can be had for under $300.

    Check reviews on the Mosquito, may change your mind as they seem to be finicky/problematic.....

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    The best pre-threaded .22 pistol would be the Browning Buckmark Whisper, which is an exclusive of Lipsey's http://lipseys.com/itemdetail.aspx?itemno=BR051-464490&items=exclusives

    It's far superior to the Sig or Walther and requires no adapter. Lipsey's doesn't currently show a price. That may mean it's out of stock, but you can find them at retail dealers and on Gunbroker.
     
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    Or he could just skip the whole pre-threaded track and get a Curtis Higgins Ruger.... :)
     
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    Just so the OP knows.. Lipseys (to my knowledge) only sells to licensed dealers. You'd have to find a dealer to order you one or find one in a store.
     
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    AND so the OP knows Lipseys has been out since summer. I know because I have looked repeatedly.
     
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    I have one of these and agree it is the best one.
     
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    It's a hot seller and those guns get allocated to the reps. Have you called your salesman and begged?
     
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    The local shop in Chickasha has it on a wish list from Lipseys. The wait continues. :explode:
     
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    If you are in good with the shop If ask them to call their rep if they do not have one they talk to then ask for Dan he has helped me get allocated guns once before
     

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