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Discussion Starter · #24 ·
xjedix said:
Gunny the Gun said:
I will get a few pics of my buckmark when ever I find where my wife hid the camera :x
You should make a new post with pictures of your entire collection. Can never have enough gun porn. ;)

-Derek
+0, you do not get the same appreciation for each gun when they are all clumped together, it is better to tease you till you beg for more. But I will have some more pics to come
 
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Discussion Starter · #27 ·
xjedix said:
Gunny the Gun said:
Get browning buckmark, cheaper, better, easier to clean :-B-:
I have heard a lot about the Buckmarks but have never handled or shot one. I will take a peak at them next time I'm at a shop. It will be very hard for me to step away from the Ruger MK series. I have had a MKII for years and it has proven to be a very reliable pistol. I actually just got around to cleaning it for the first time in its 20 year lifetime. It is pretty amazing how reliable it still was for being as old as it is and never being cleaned. The only reason I am considering the P22 is how easy it is to setup for a suppressor. I was able to shoot a P22 a few months back and really liked the size and weight and how fun it was to shoot. The only thing holding me back is that I have heard that they have some reliability issues.

-Derek
I have exactly 1000 rounds in my P22. Not a single failure to feed or failure to fire. Great little gun. Cleaning it is a hassle the first few times. Eventually you realize that the little plastic stick that came with it has a purpose.....
 
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I shoot a Ruger Mk. II target model w/bull barrel. If you can shoot one I think it may chase that Buckmark right out of your head!
 
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