WTB 22LR Pistol - threaded barrel [DFW / Killeen area]

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  • Rhino

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    Also, yes, I am in the market, so if you have a threaded 22LR you're looking to move on, let me know.
     

    lonestardiver

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    If you are into 1911’s the GSG line (also makes the sig 1911-22) can be had with a threaded barrel and weigh similar to a normal 1911. They work well with a can.

    The Ruger MK series are good suppressor hosts as mentioned earlier. For overall best action/trigger the MKII’s are probably the best. The MKIII’s and MKIV’s are not bad especially after you remove the magazine safety. MKIII’s have that loaded chamber indicator most people remove and put a cover in place.

    MKIV’s break down easiest for cleaning. The others are easy to learn as others have said.

    My MKII is not suppressor ready and I won’t thread the 10” bull barrel. My two MKIII’s and one MKIV are threaded. The other MKIV is not threaded.
     

    or.slacker

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    I have a gsg 1911, It was nice to share holsters with my 45s, but it's novelty wore off pretty quick as the accuracy can't come close to the rugers.

    There are many other gun choices out there. I love my smith 22s, but I didnt include it as I had to have the barrel threaded, I've never seen one threaded from the factory.

    I do love my threaded 22s. I have more than average. You can not beat them for training, and just pure fun per $.

    But again trying to limit this to your request. Factory threaded 22 pistol.

    I would also vote no on the GSG mp5k 22 pistol. I have one of them, they are heavy, and mine cycles a bit slow. Fun for a little while, then the novely wore off.
     

    or.slacker

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    Another gun on the pass table is the Walther p22. The sleeved barrel is a POS. Once you add the adapter for a can the barrels accuracy goes down hill. I have 1, have 2 friends with them. I'd never trust the gun in accuracy or reliability. It's too frustrating to shoot. I hasn't left the stable in ages.
     

    billtool

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    Another gun on the pass table is the Walther p22. The sleeved barrel is a POS. Once you add the adapter for a can the barrels accuracy goes down hill. I have 1, have 2 friends with them. I'd never trust the gun in accuracy or reliability. It's too frustrating to shoot. I hasn't left the stable in ages.
    Dammit. Hate to hear that. I try not to long own a sub-par gun. Once I’m pissed off, I typically help them find another home.
     

    Rhino

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    Another gun on the pass table is the Walther p22. The sleeved barrel is a POS. Once you add the adapter for a can the barrels accuracy goes down hill. I have 1, have 2 friends with them. I'd never trust the gun in accuracy or reliability. It's too frustrating to shoot. I hasn't left the stable in ages.
    That's the kind of info I'm looking for. I've seen good things online regarding Browning Buck Marks as well, but don't know anyone that has one.

    I'm leaning towards trying to find something that can have an optic on the top...
     

    TreyG-20

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    That's the kind of info I'm looking for. I've seen good things online regarding Browning Buck Marks as well, but don't know anyone that has one.

    I'm leaning towards trying to find something that can have an optic on the top...
    As of this week I now have a threaded barrel buckmark. No can for it, so unsure how it runs with one. I've had a standard camper model buckmark for several years and it is a great gun. Definitely up for consideration.
     

    BeatTheTunaUp

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    As of this week I now have a threaded barrel buckmark. No can for it, so unsure how it runs with one. I've had a standard camper model buckmark for several years and it is a great gun. Definitely up for consideration.
    You stole that Buckmark last week ;)
     
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