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Wlather PPQ 22 vs Ruger MK IV vs

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  1. mwrookie

    mwrookie Member

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    I have heard the 22 pistols can be picky. Does anyone have experience with the Walther PPQ 22 in 4" or 5" as well as the Ruger MK IV? Pros / Cons
     


  2. pronstar

    pronstar Well-Known TGT Supporter

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    The Walther is made by Umarex, so getting it to cycle can be a crapshoot...


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  3. TheMailMan

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    I'd go Ruger, of course I'd look for a used Mk II.
     
  4. Kar98

    Kar98 Well-Known

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    The Walther is more reliable but a little bit less accurate. The Ruger is a prissy little bitch that needs constant attention, but group sizes are substantially smaller.
     
  5. BigBoss0311

    BigBoss0311 Well-Known

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    Umarex is Walther. They own them. Just made in different plants. Get the Walther.
     
  6. topduarte

    topduarte Active Member

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    Go with the Ruger
     
  7. roadrunner

    roadrunner Active Member

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    I have never fired a Walther PPQ or a Ruger Mark IV. From the experiences I have had with 4 different Walther P22s and several Ruger Marks I would say go with the Ruger.
     
  8. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    S&W Victory?
     
  9. Kar98

    Kar98 Well-Known

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    Beretta Neos?
     
  10. Dawico

    Dawico TGT Addict

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    Ruger gets my vote too.

    I have a few MK IIIs that feed and shoot everything. Sometimes the first round out of the mag gave me issues but polishing the feed ramp fixed it.
     


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