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Old June 27th, 2011, 04:30 PM #1
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Best options for a .22LR Target Pistol?

What are my best options for a .22Lr target/competition pistol? Ruger MKIII? Any others? Thank you.
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Old June 27th, 2011, 04:31 PM #2
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I've seen target shooters use the Browning Buck Mark. I've only handled the Ruger though, so I can't really add more than that.
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Are revolvers out?
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22/45rp mkIII with a little work done on it with a pac lite barrel and maybe a compensator/brake with the optic of your choice
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I have a Mk III hunter on order, sharp looking and should be accurate.
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or if you don't feel guilty spending that much on a 22lr a S&W 41
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depends on what level you want to play at.

All the aforementioned guns are excellent platforms for entry to mid-level.

Once you get to the "serious" level you're looking at Pardinis, Morinis and the like and they are big dollar.
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Pardinis, Morinis
Wow. How good of a shot do you have to be with a pistol to actually "need" something like that?
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Wow. How good of a shot do you have to be with a pistol to actually "need" something like that?
It's like any sport at the top of the game were the difference between 1st and 2nd place is measured in the smallest of increments.
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