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Deadduck357 01-03-2012 15:03

NEW Ruger SR22 Pistol
 
Ruger sent me their new SR22 Pistol for T&E review. Itís a DA/SA blowback operated autoloader chambered in the .22 Long Rifle cartridge.
http://lead-slinger.com/wp-content/u.../01/SR22-1.jpg

The pistol is a fixed barrel design and features an anodized aluminum slide and polymer frame.
http://lead-slinger.com/wp-content/u.../01/SR22-2.jpg

At the range CCI and Federal ammunition was accumulated for the test.
http://lead-slinger.com/wp-content/u...01/SR22-31.jpg

50% sized B-27 Silhouette
Head group is 10 rounds of Federal at 3 yards, offhand.
http://lead-slinger.com/wp-content/u...01/SR22-34.jpg
All torso groups are 10 rounds at 7 yards, offhand.
Thorax: CCI Mini-Mag; X : CCI Stinger

5 round group of Fed. fired supported at 15 yards.
http://lead-slinger.com/wp-content/u...01/SR22-38.jpg
Everything worked and functions properly, like a quality auto-pistol should.

for full review - Ruger SR22 Pistol

carbuncle 01-03-2012 17:58

Nice, I'm definitely going to pick one of these up as soon as I can get my hands on one!

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Nicko 01-03-2012 18:06

Very nice.

TreyG-20 01-03-2012 18:07

Thanks for the review I sure hope they all perform that well. I'm very interested in one for me and the wife

390ish 01-03-2012 18:15

It looks like a Taurus.

Nakanokalronin 01-03-2012 18:17

Another look-a-like gun from Ruger. :upeyes:

I don't care if the internals are completely different then a P22, its still a copy. Yes, I like Ruger products but......

http://photos.gunsamerica.com/d/6683...+side+full.JPG
http://www.lipseys.com/eImages/p22blue.jpg

FLIPPER 348 01-03-2012 18:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nakanokalronin (Post 18380431)
Another look-a-like gun from Ruger. :upeyes:

I don't care if the internals are completely different then a P22, its still a copy. Yes, I like Ruger products but......



.....but as you can tell by the safety location and operation of the mag release, it is nothing at all like the P-22. Hopefully it will perform as well as my two P-22s.

Deadduck357 01-03-2012 18:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nakanokalronin (Post 18380431)
Another look-a-like gun from Ruger. :upeyes:

I don't care if the internals are completely different then a P22, its still a copy. Yes, I like Ruger products but......

They kinda look similar, but in the hand not so much. Zink slide vs Aluminum. More accurate. Easier to disassemble. Interchangeable grips. Many things separate the SR22P from the P22.

Another_David 01-03-2012 18:35

It does look like a P22 clone.

spookshack 01-03-2012 18:52

I'll pass. :yawn:

nipperwolf 01-03-2012 19:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by 390ish (Post 18380416)
It looks like a Taurus.

:dunno:

ctfireman 01-03-2012 19:10

Gunblast said he tried 19 types of ammo & it ran great. I'll give it a shot for $300.

Wake_jumper 01-03-2012 19:15

Ruger must be taking their cues from the Chinese. They are copying everything.

Bill Keith 01-03-2012 19:16

Thanks for the report. Looks like a fine plinking gun - I wonder how long will it be before they have a pink edition for the girls who like cute guns?

bac1023 01-03-2012 20:14

No thanks

Paul53 01-03-2012 20:22

Pass. Love my Buckmark, had bad dealings with Ruger.

bac1023 01-03-2012 20:24

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Originally Posted by Paul53 (Post 18381105)
Pass. Love my Buckmark, had bad dealings with Ruger.

The Ruger Mark series is excellent. I'm not so sure about this thing.

ddbtoth 01-03-2012 20:54

Do you need at least 3 hands to break it down?

Nakanokalronin 01-03-2012 21:04

Why would they make another .22 pistol when their MK series is one of the best if not the best selling plinker out there? If it mimicked one of their larger caliber pistols I would understand, but this would be more along the lines for someone who owns a Walther yet Walther already has the .22 covered.

Folsom_Prison 01-03-2012 21:37

I'd rather have a ruger mark pistol.

carbuncle 01-03-2012 21:52

I just finished the actual review, well done, Deadduck357. Great detail pics, that really helped answer some questions for me.

LawScholar 01-03-2012 21:56

The Ruger "copycat!" folks are always good for a laugh. In almost all cases, Ruger improves the other design. The LCP and LC9 are much better-finished and better-functioning guns than the Kel-Tec versions in my opinion.

You know that there are only a certain number of plots in the entirety of literature, right? Depending on the scholastic theory you follow, it's usually between 7 and 20 plots. Everything for the last thousand years has essentially been a derivation of one of those same plots.

Guns are similar. It's a tool that shoots fast pieces of metal. There are only so many crazy new innovations that can happen. Gonna hate on every non-Colt company making a 1911?

I, for one, am interested. I always was interested in the P22, but the cheap slide and less-than-ideal functioning turned me off.

Deadduck357 01-03-2012 22:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by ddbtoth (Post 18381292)
Do you need at least 3 hands to break it down?

Not at all, very easy to disassemble. Much easier than the P22.

Deadduck357 01-03-2012 22:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by LawScholar (Post 18381607)

I, for one, am interested. I always was interested in the P22, but the cheap slide and less-than-ideal functioning turned me off.

Then your gonna like this pistol. The aluminum slide give it a solid feel. So far I have just run a little over a hundred through it without any malfunctions, so far so good.

carbuncle 01-03-2012 22:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by LawScholar (Post 18381607)

I, for one, am interested. I always was interested in the P22, but the cheap slide and less-than-ideal functioning turned me off.

Bingo!


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