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    When I was going through CCW training the 22 was what they used. Never thought about buying one but since reading this thread its something to think about.

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    Yes. Yes, I'll say again to satisfy the "15 charactor minimum" per post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnLM View Post
    When I was going through CCW training the 22 was what they used. Never thought about buying one but since reading this thread its something to think about.
    Think? Don't think. Just go and get one. You won't regret it. Honest!
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Deserteagle View Post
    I have the Walther P22 and it is a great gun for cheap target practice and fun. It also holds 10+1 and is a legitimate carry gun as well.

    ...I'm thinking of picking one up also - for plinking and maybe to carry once and awhile (or as BUG)

  6. Quote Originally Posted by jmartin View Post
    AND....Advantage Arms conversion kit shipped yesterday (Friday)
    - Jeff..you should receive it Tuesday or Wednesday...Have Fun!!
    ...now to find an inexpensive 22 for plinking...
    Suggestions?? (I'm thinking of a Walther P22)

  7. My daughter is showing an interest in shooting and I'm thinking about getting a Walther P22 to introduce her to the sport.

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    I have several .22 LR pistols but the one that gets the most use is my S&W 317 . It is the same frame and same trigger as my EDC a S&W 642. In fact the 317 is a little more difficult to shoot because of it's lighter weight. I fire the 317 at a bullet trap in my garage every day. As I practice mostly point shooting, the .22 is an excellent training aid.

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    You can't go wrong with a .22 pistol. Much lower cost to shoot = more practice = higher skill level. Excellent return on investment if you decide to sell it.

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    Go for it. For some of the reasons above, and many other benifits to having a .22 pistol.
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