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Recommendations for a tiny lil' .22 pistol?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Resurrection_Joe, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. Resurrection_Joe

    Resurrection_Joe 1 ton status

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    I'm kind of wanting to get a real tiny .22 pocket gun, the only one I know of (I know there has to be more though) is the Taurus PT 22
     
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    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    i have my dads old gun i like it. its a p berreta model#950 b-cal 22 short. its small and if i put 3 spots of glue in my hand and my hand is flat with fingers together you wont see it. it holds 6 in the clip and is semi auto. but the 1.5" barrel is LOUD when fired.

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    my uncle has a little pistol that sits on a belt buckle. that bastard is loud. and any peice of steel that goes threw the body can at least hurt real bad.LOL:laugh: :laugh:
     
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    How does the tip up barrel system work?
     
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    If you want pick up cheap one look for a Jennings J-22. They are a good pocket gun. Usually can find them in pawn shops for around 50.00 Look in the Saturday Night Special section.:D

    A Beretta Bobcat (similar to above post) will cost around 300. But are a nice sub compact 22.
     
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    I will never own a Jennings. I'm no gun snob, but that's a gangland garbage pile.

    I've priced the Berettas at $220 and the Taurus' at $150

    I don't like the Berettas wanker trigger gaurd
     
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    mofugly13 1 ton bucket of rust Premium Member

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    Tiny little .22 right here.



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    It's a North American Arms mini-revolver, .22 short. No sights, and to reload you have to remove the base pin and cylinder. No sights either, but it'll shoot minute-of-a$$hole at 10 yards. If they made .22 short snake shot, I'd carry it as my "snake charmer."
     
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    That is not a clip, that is a magazine.
     
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    my dad has a berreta just like that first picture, same gun but its a .32, its real small and is pretty loud and makes a big flash!
     
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    Davis makes a good cheap one. High end Browning, Walther, Mauser all offer .22 autos, but you have to ask for them. For the money, Taurus is a good choice.
     
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    I have the Beretta .32. I got it to carry when I couldn't carry a full size because of the way I had to dress. I had to spend a couple hours with a file to smooth out all the rough edges. The trigger is not very good- lots of creep. The tip up barrel system is nice- you can unload it in the pocket of your coat and no one knows what you are doing. That was handy before the carry laws were changed up here. If I had to do it again I would probably not buy it.
     
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