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 Post subject: A new Smith and Wesson
PostPosted: Sun Feb 28, 2016 10:42 am 
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Went to a gun show yesterday, and this is the one gun I was kinda looking for that they actually had.
There were 2 of them at the show and I bought the cheapest one.
This little beauty checks in at 360z, so it's no lightweight, but it feels good, has nice balance and a nice trigger.
The rear sight is fully adjustable, and right now, it's about an inch high I think
Gonna find a day when the wind isn't blowing hard and get it a little closer.

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It has a nice bull barrel
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Fiberoptic sights for my old eyes
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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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Nice looking pistol, I traded for a like new Beretta Neo yesterday, kept it for my herd, I think you have me addicted to .22 pistols now LOL

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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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Nice looking pistol, I traded for a like new Beretta Neo yesterday, kept it for my herd, I think you have me addicted to .22 pistols now LOL

I almost forgot about my Neos
They are pretty cool guns
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Even cooler with optics :mrgreen:
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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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Nice Score Husker!!
I like the sights!!

The last time I shot a 22 pistol a friend of mine stopped at the range when I was there.
He had one of those 22LR Sig Sauer pistols - a Mosquito i believe it's called.

It was pretty nice!! :great:

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I have a neos with a 2-7x scope on it, looks cool. Sorry no pictures, still trying to get this new phone figured out. I do like my Ruger Mark 1 ( I think they actually call it a Standard), best shooting .22lr pistol I've owned.

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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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Next on my list of .22 pistols is the S&W M&P 22c, then I want a Ruger, one of the "Mark" series but I haven't figured out which one yet

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Ive got so many of the little suckers its hard to keep track, recent additions have been a S&W 422, a Sig Mosquito and the Beretta Neo (with red/blue dot scope) haven't even shot the Neo yet.

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That looks like a really comfortable grip!

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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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waltham41 wrote:
Ive got so many of the little suckers its hard to keep track, recent additions have been a S&W 422, a Sig Mosquito and the Beretta Neo (with red/blue dot scope) haven't even shot the Neo yet.

I had to look tosee what the 422 looks like
those are pretty affordable little suckers. http://www.armslist.com/posts/46246/cin ... 2----22-lr
How do you like the Sig?

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That looks like a really comfortable grip!

It really is pretty comfy

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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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waltham41 wrote:
Ive got so many of the little suckers its hard to keep track, recent additions have been a S&W 422, a Sig Mosquito and the Beretta Neo (with red/blue dot scope) haven't even shot the Neo yet.

I had to look tosee what the 422 looks like
those are pretty affordable little suckers. http://www.armslist.com/posts/46246/cin ... 2----22-lr
How do you like the Sig?


My 422 has wood grips, they are a neat little gun... they eject right above the right grip and the barrel sits very low in the slide instead of in the upper slide like a traditional semi auto.

I really like the Sig, I also have a ISSC Austrian .22 glock lookalike that is a nice shooter

http://www.impactguns.com/issc-austrian ... 34103.aspx

Still haven't shot the Neos, maybe tomorrow...

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 Post subject: Re: A new Smith and Wesson
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waltham41 wrote:

My 422 has wood grips, they are a neat little gun... they eject right above the right grip and the barrel sits very low in the slide instead of in the upper slide like a traditional semi auto.



Sounds comparable to my S&W 2214
Does yours have a threaded barrel?
viewtopic.php?f=31&t=16601
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waltham41 wrote:

My 422 has wood grips, they are a neat little gun... they eject right above the right grip and the barrel sits very low in the slide instead of in the upper slide like a traditional semi auto.



Sounds comparable to my S&W 2214
Does yours have a threaded barrel?
http://hipointtalk.net/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=16601
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Husk yours looks like a compact version of mine.. mine has a 4 1/2 inch bbl and fully adjustable rear sights. No threaded barrel.

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