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Old 02-26-2003, 11:06 AM
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I am thinking of a 22 Target pistol and I like the Sw model 41 any other opinions
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I'm with you that gun rocks!!!I've always wanted one, a buddy shoots one in competition...looks and feels like a larger caliber but the recoil of a pop gun...way cheap to shoot too!
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Ruger Bull Barrel Stainless.......best target gun i've ever owned.
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I've also got the Ruger bull barrel. Inexpensive to buy and shoot.
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If it's just for target shooting I would go with the Ruger Competition Series Mk II. Slab sided bull barrel, built in scope mount, thumb rest grips. Awsome pistol.
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I am thinking about getting the new Beretta U22 Neo.
I have read reviews that they are loud.
Check it out http://www.berettausa.com/guns/pistols/u22_neos/
 
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S&W 41 is the SH*T.
If you can find an old (since there are no new) High Standard,
just about any model, would be the only other auto that might top the 41. Mine is a High Standard Olympic.



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I haven't shot bullseye cometition in about (5) years so I am not sure what people are now using but you couldn't pay me to shoot a S & W 41. Too complicated and way to many jams! I used to use a Ruger Gov Model .22. Get a good gunsmith to clean up the trgger pull and and add a trigger stop and your ready for competition.
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If it's just for target shooting I would go with the Ruger Competition Series Mk II. Slab sided bull barrel, built in scope mount, thumb rest grips. Awsome pistol.
Yup....that's the one.....
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Gun smith we don't need no stinking gunsmith
Picture of one I built started out as cheap Colt 1911 black
Barstow Barrel Videki trigar funneel mag well (welded on) nite sites beaver tail and all the rest of the goodies I did use a gunsmith for the stippling rest was by me and a buddy and a good welder to add mag well
Looks better in person
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