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    Default Walther P22 used gun price

    i am going to bo going to a local gun range in the next few weeks and would like to know how much you think a P22 from a used gun section would cost. any wild guesses are welcome, but please be realistic.

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    Without seeing and thoroughly going over any used gun it becomes just about impossible to put a price on it. Online I see prices between $300 and $350 give or take. I also saw a video where the gun failed to feed 50% of the time? Not being familiar with that pistol I can't say if it is a good or poor pistol. However, again as to any gun there is no way to put a price on it sans actually checking the gun out. So you have a wild guess and being realistic about inspecting the gun. :)

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    I would NOT pay 350 or even 300 for a used P22. At my local gunstore, they sell them new depending on the version for around 350. Just went on the website, and they range from $320 for basic 3.4" barrel in black, to 440 for the 5" barrel in nickel.

    IMO, 250, tops for a used P22. Unless it comes with ALOT of mags, or other stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cy5018 View Post
    I would NOT pay 350 or even 300 for a used P22. At my local gunstore, they sell them new depending on the version for around 350. Just went on the website, and they range from $320 for basic 3.4" barrel in black, to 440 for the 5" barrel in nickel.

    IMO, 250, tops for a used P22. Unless it comes with ALOT of mags, or other stuff.


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    dude, chill. he said that a new one is 300-350. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Inferior metals used in the slide or craftsmanship - the slide breakes on them, pain to strip, I found the recoil spring was very weak imo, the trigger pull I did not like, way to "tacicool" for a 22lr and too many safety features for me, and jams quite often. Again this was just all my preferences and findings of the P22 I had and did not care for it. Jamed no matter what ammo I ran through it. I did an internet search and found I was among the many who had very similar problems and thought the same about it. While others had more sever problems as in the slide breaking. I don't feel they are worth the money they want for it, other than that it each to their own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuickdrawMcgraw View Post
    Inferior metals used in the slide or craftsmanship - the slide breakes on them, pain to strip, I found the recoil spring was very weak imo, the trigger pull I did not like, way to "tacicool" for a 22lr and too many safety features for me, and jams quite often. Again this was just all my preferences and findings of the P22 I had and did not care for it. Jamed no matter what ammo I ran through it. I did an internet search and found I was among the many who had very similar problems and thought the same about it. While others had more sever problems as in the slide breaking. I don't feel they are worth the money they want for it, other than that it each to their own.
    when did you buy this pistol? they have updated it many times since its release, and they got rid of most of the problems. the nickel alloy slide problem still remains...

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    I would have to go through my records, but I had this pistol four years ago then traded it in.
    "Laws that forbid the carrying of arms...disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes. Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed one."

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    well they have updated it since then! 2008 was, i think, their first update.

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    Updates or no; rip me off once, shame on you. Rip me off twice, shame on me.
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    P22 still sucks to take appart and put back together. The spring is a pita
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