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Best Pre-threaded rimfire pistol??

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

  1. Chard

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    I have seen a couple lately for about 4 bills. IMHO, the Lipseys special Buckmarks barrels are too long to keep HV 22LR subsonic. If they had done a 4.5 inch barrel, to me that would have been ideal. Then you could shoot the cheaper HV and it would stay subsonic.

    Keep your Rugers and by a Tactical Solutions upper for one of the them. Lots of different configurations to choose from and they are accurate and run great.

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    Another picture of a PacLite. This one has the screw on compensator.

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    Thanks for the info. Someone on another forum put me on to Tactical Solutions and I really like what I see. I'm shopping around right now. I'm not sure what I think about the receiver being aluminum. I guess it's tough enough for a RF pistol. The 4.5 inch is the one I'm looking at. And it has the right threads too. Now I just need to sell my stainless Ruger upper.
     
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    Or you can sell the Ruger, buy any old Buckmark and get a Trail Lite barrel from TacSol. Then you can keep the factory Buckmark barrel and swap them as you choose. Here's mine:

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    That is a sweet looking rigg there. I've thought of the Buckmark as well. But they are more costly than I remember.
     
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    I really like my Walther P-22/AAC Element combo.
     
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    thread the ruger. cheapest way out. however all are great suggestions. i myself do not like the p22 though.
     
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    How much would it cost to thread a Ruger?
     
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    contact steve at coldhandarms. i thing you can get it done for 100 or so.
     
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    I have a browning buckmark whisper that I am wanting to part with, its threaded 1/2x28 from the factory if your interested in the buckmark route
     

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