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Old 03-25-2013, 22:59   #36
nathanours
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You can't go wrong with an MKIII. I've got a total of $340 invested in mine including new grips, magazine disconnect removal (new bushing) and volquartsen sear. They have one of the best .22 triggers out there (unless you bump way up in price to S&W 41 range). I can't recommend them enough. Great looking guns too, and unlike some other .22s it doesn't at all feel like a toy. It's nice full steel frame won't have your girlfriend even slightly hesitant to shoot it. Shortly after shooting mine, my girlfriend had no problem moving up to the 1911. The stock plastic grips on the base models feel cheap, but there are many aftermarket options out there. I can break clay pigeons from about 50 yards away without much trouble with this gun.

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