hvj1 wrote:I say XL Old Chap, how very fortunate you are! I mean you feel like buying a new pistol, well, all you have to do is probably go around the block and pick up the best that they have to offer. Happy shooting!
That's pretty much it.
The shortest time that it has taken me to purchase a firearm is 15 minutes from walking in the door.
The only thing limiting what you can buy is the size of your checkbook.
No TR for me, I won't be coming home
sa_ali wrote:Mine is super dark walnut
I liked that too.
However, since it is a pistol that is mostly used in competition, I decided to go with function over form and install TandemKross's rubber ""Hive" grips.
Once you wrap your hands around it, the handgun does not move around in your grip.
An interesting aside is that this pistol is fast moving in as the most commonly seen .22 LR pistol. At least in the steel shooting events in my neck of the woods.
Alab Arsalan wrote:Congratulations
It has fast become my favorite handgun to shoot.
Being in .22LR, I'm able to send a lot of ammo through it.Long Term Review
I have been shooting this handgun through two seasons of weekly steel competition at my club and during range sessions every Sunday.
I had intended to keep a log of how much ammunition I ran through the SW22. Well... I've run so much ammo through it that it was not possible for me to keep track. A conservative estimate would be about 8000 rounds.
With it's sweet trigger and decent reset, it has cut my time for a stage by a significant margin.
I can now hold, offhand, on an eight inch plate at 100 yards and hit it everytime. That is providing, of course, that we don't have gale force winds.
Apart from the few hiccups in the beginning, this handgun is now rock solid reliable and I can't remember when I had the last failure to feed, fire or eject.
For any firearm that uses .22 LR ammo, that's saying something.
This pistol has surprised the "you know what" out of me.
As she is today.
“Never give in, never give in, never; never; never; never – in nothing, great or small, large or petty – never give in except to convictions of honor and good sense” — Winston Churchill, Oct 29, 1941