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Old July 31st, 2013, 11:17 AM   #1
 
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22 wmr Pistol

Had Ruger ever made a 22wmr pistol? I seem to think they did some for the military.



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Old July 31st, 2013, 11:21 AM   #2
 
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Not that I know of. But I'm sure other's will reply that know better.

The only current production 22WMR 'pistol' that I know of is the Kel-Tek I think. Hard to find too.
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Thanks, I knew Kel-Tek made one but it does not impress me. I have a number of 22 wmr revolvers and like the round. I often carry a Mark III on the tractor of mowing and sometimes my Single Six with the 22 wmr cylinder but would buy a 22wmr pistol if it was available and reliable.
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Ruger has never made a production 22 WMR autoloading pistol. There are AMT AutoMag II in 22 WMR and the Excel Arms Accelerator Pistol, as well as the Kel-Tec

http://www.gunblast.com/Excel-22Mag.htm
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I have seen two Kel-Tec's at range....and would not have one.....neither owner had one full magazine that would fire without several malfunctions.....
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in the 90's I owned a AMT but it had endless FTE and I could not get it fixed.

*** I would love to see ruger make the mark lll in .22mag
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I have seen two Kel-Tec's at range....and would not have one.....neither owner had one full magazine that would fire without several malfunctions.....
That's pretty much my impression of them after reading a review or two of them.
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I've shot Kel-tec a few times, and was not impressed a bit. Could be that eric holder might have done Geo. Zimmerman a favor by not giving his K-T back after the trial!
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My KT P32 has been absolutely reliable since Day One. I trust it enough to carry everyday.
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My KT P32 has been absolutely reliable since Day One. I trust it enough to carry everyday.
Gee Doc... my Kel-Tec P32 has been extremely reliable also. What does that have to do with a 22 WMR pistol?
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Gee Doc... my Kel-Tec P32 has been extremely reliable also. What does that have to do with a 22 WMR pistol?
Oh, I dunno...why don't you ask what 'George Zimmerman' has to do with a .22WMR pistol? But NO, you gotta hack on MY post. No one else, just mine.

Alright, alright...allow me to connect the dots for you. They were talking about KelTec pistols, then talking about how unreliable they were, so I thought I would post up about how RELIABLE my KelTec was. Get it yet?

Am I not allowed to openly post my opinion here or do I have to get permission from you first?
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Easy there big fella... maybe a switch to decaf might help.
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