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Old 05-16-2012, 08:31 AM
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My wife shooting my P22



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So I did a bulk ammo review and was able to get my wife to come shooting with me. You can see in the video she really like shooting the P22. She is pretty good for being new to handgun shooting.


.22lr Bulk Ammo Review using a Walther P22 - YouTube



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Old 05-18-2012, 10:39 PM
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Good way to get her hooked!
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Old 05-19-2012, 07:51 PM
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So what were you using for bulk ammo? After seeing the problems you had with it in the video, as a start, I'd recommend CCI mini-mags for your best bet in getting that puppy to run more smoothly.
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Old 05-21-2012, 05:04 PM
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So what were you using for bulk ammo? After seeing the problems you had with it in the video, as a start, I'd recommend CCI mini-mags for your best bet in getting that puppy to run more smoothly.
I was using Winchester XPERT HV, Federal economy pack, Remington Golden Bullet bulk pack, and CCI AR Tactical.

I don't shoot CCI mini-mags because they are over priced and I don't need to... I don't have any feed problems with any of the above listed ammunition. The only problems I ever have are bad primers. So I have to end up pulling the trigger more than once.

You'll see that at the beginning of the video that the "stock gun" had all kinds of problems. Now that I've dialed in my P22Q it runs like a dream.

There is very little one can do about bad primers. It doesn't bother me too much. If I where going to war and need ammunition that was perfect I would start by purchasing a 9mm.

Since my P22 will never be a go to war gun I don't care if every now and again I have to pull the trigger twice to make it fire.

I think it comes down to a philosophy of use. The P22 is for fun and practice.
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