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Old 03-10-2020, 10:44 PM
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All the Rugers are exceptional pistols, as well as the S&W Victory, and Browning Buckmark.

For me, I prefer the Walther PPQ M2, 22LR. 12 round mags, full-size pistol, good sights and trigger, and easy to breakdown. Just my 2 cents' worth.
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Old 03-18-2020, 03:45 PM
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Beretta U22

I like my Beretta U22. With a scope and a rest, mine shot a .407 inch group at 25 yards using Federal Gold Medal Target.
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At the risk of being chastised, the Kel Tec Cp33 has gotten some very good reviews.
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At the risk of being chastised, the Kel Tec Cp33 has gotten some very good reviews.
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I would consider the used market.

With the current scare you may not find the deals you could a couple weeks ago, but a used Single Six could be bought in like new condition for less than $400.
I recently bought a new condition S&W Model 17-3 for $500.
A slightly used Belgium Browning Challenger could be had for around $500.

Those listed above are all “old school” high quality firearms within the OP’s price range.
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Consider a good conversion kit for any centerfire pistols you have! rc
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Semi auto wise if I'd purchased a SW Victory before my MKIII and MKIV Ruger's I'd have never bought them, I no longer own them. I now have two Victories, one threaded and one not, only have a MkI and MarkII Ruger's now for mostly sentimental reasons.


My MkIV was a little finicky. Not one thing specifically, and nothing really major, but it seemed to have some small issue each time I took it out. We have since parted ways.

My Victory, on the other hand, is at least as accurate as the MKIV, fits my grip better and has been 100% trouble-free since the slight ejector tweak I had to make on day 1. That was 2 years and a few thousand rounds ago.

Extra points to the Ruger for easier take-down. I just had to do it much too often.
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I have had many different .22 handguns and the one that I have always kept was the Ruger MKII.
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