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Old 03-21-2013, 02:54 PM
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Default S&W 422 Opinions Please

First, let me say I tried the search function and can get nothing to come up.
Ok, I just picked up one of these strange little pistols. Does anyone else have one of these? Like it, hate it, somewhere in between?
I couldn't turn it down, ANIB, just test fired for $200, from a friend downsizing his collection.
Anything you can tell me would be appreciated.

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Old 03-21-2013, 03:18 PM
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I have a few of this series 22s and have to say that they are great 22s. The 422 having a alloy frame and steel slide is the lightest of the series and is a great pick for all shooters. They are starting to go up in price around here but you really got a bargain on that one no matter what area you live in.
Enjoy it and shoot safe.
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I have had a 422 since who knows when. It is a great little gun. I like the light weight of it and the grips just feel good. The only thing I did was put an adjustable rear sight on it and it is now a tack driver.
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I have a 622 and love it. It fits my hand great and works like a charm. A great .22 at a great price.
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I have had one for a long time, I love that little pistol. Fun to shoot and very reliable. Enjoy it my wife and both girls do.
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Thanks everyone, I hope to give it a workout, as soon as this snow and wind die down.

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I have one with a 4.5" barrel. Great gun, never had any problems with it.
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