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GUNS: Sportsman Outdoor Superstore - Ruger SR22 22LR Rimfire Semi-Automatic Pistol Handgun w/ THREE (3) MAGAZINES - $319.99 Shipped

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN July 17, 2016 at 07:02 PM
Sportsman Outdoor Superstore is selling the Ruger SR22 22LR Rimfire Pistol for $319.99. Shipping to FFL is free. It comes with a total of (3) Magazines.

Link: http://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuper...ith-3-mags

Find a FFL: http://www.gunbroker.com/FFL/DealerNetwork.aspx



What's in the Box:

Ruger SR22 Pistol
(3) Magazines
(3) Finger Grip Extension Floorplates
(2) Interchangeable Rubberized Grips
Soft Zipper Case
Gun Lock
Spent Case
Instruction Manual



Product Description:

Packed with versatile features, the SR22(R) is lightweight (only 17.5 ounces) and perfect for just about anything - plinking, target shooting and even small game hunting. It is easy to field strip, fun to shoot, and will run reliably with a wide variety of ammunition (not just high-velocity ammunition).

Firearm Features and Specs

The SR22 has light double-action and crisp single-action trigger pulls. Its external hammer is designed with a rounded spur for easy cocking and single-action shooting. The SR22 features a polymer frame and two interchangeable (no tools required) rubberized grips with angled serrations, allowing shooters to select either a slim or wider palm swell option. The aerospace-grade aluminum slide has serrations on both front and rear for better grip and slide manipulation. The easy-to-use underside Picatinny rail features multiple cross slots for variable mounting of most popular accessories.

The 3-dot sight system has a fixed front sight and a rear sight that is adjustable for both windage and elevation. A reversible blade allows shooters to select two white dots or a solid black blade. Other SR22 features include a black anodize replaceable barrel, an ambidextrous manual thumb safety/decocking lever, ambidextrous magazine release, plus a visual inspection port to determine the load status of the pistol. The SR22 includes two finger grip extension floorplates that can be added to the magazine for comfort and grip. Each SR22 is also shipped with three 10-round magazines and a soft case.

Catalog Number: SR22PB-3M
Model Number: 3611
Caliber: 22 LR
Capacity: 10+1
Rate-of-Twist: 1-in-16
Finish: Black Anodize
Grip Frame: Black Polymer
Slide: Aluminum
Frame: Black Polymer
Sights: Adjustable 3-Dot
Barrel Length: 3.5"
Overall Length: 6.4"
Height: 4.9"
Width: 1.29"
Weight (empty): 17.5 oz.
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#2
Not a bad deal. I've had this gun for about 1.5 years and it a lot of fun. It can be ammo specific. I never have any issues with CCI of other high velocity ammo. Some of the lower quality ammo does cause some FTEs and Do not always load from the mag. Not a real concern since it is not a weapon that would be used for self defense.
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I have the threaded one but this adds one magazine. For a second I thought it was 2 free ones but remembered it already comes with 2. Good deal for first time buyers.
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Last edited by TuggSpeedman July 18, 2016 at 01:28 AM
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i wouldn't buy this because i would get the threaded-barrel version. you never know when you may change your mind and want one. unless you don't live in a free state, pay a little bit extra and get the threaded-barrel version. disclaimer: i have one with threaded-barrel, it's a great little pistol and when you put a suppressor on it, it's so silent you can hear the pistol action (slide and trigger) clicking when you fire.
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Quote from kensteele View Post :
i wouldn't buy this because i would get the threaded-barrel version. you never know when you may change your mind and want one. unless you don't live in a free state, pay a little bit extra and get the threaded-barrel version. disclaimer: i have one with threaded-barrel, it's a great little pistol and when you put a suppressor on it, it's so silent you can hear the pistol action (slide and trigger) clicking when you fire.
Ruger is offering the threaded barrel as an aftermarket option if you decide to go that route later.
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Ruger is offering the threaded barrel as an aftermarket option if you decide to go that route later.
ok good, i wasn't aware. i suspect this might be something new since my ruger pistol doesn't appear to be modular like that. i also bought a ruger charger before this option was available so when i got the suppressor, i had to switch out the barrel (and sell the old unthreaded barrel.) so if swapping the barrel is the option that fine but i would suggest you get the threaded barrel in the first place and save yourself a little time and money. on the ruger pistol, it's not unsightly or unwieldy to have a threaded barrel, if you don't need it, you won't even know it's there. same with the ruger charger although i think all new charger automatically come with threaded barrel.

btw, my ruger pistol seems to function with all sorts of 22 ammo even subsonic stuff. it really is a nice handgun. glad i got it over the walther. ruger pistol sr22 highly recommended.
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Sportsman Outdoor also has the M&p 22 compact with the threaded barrel and two magazines for $330, anyone have any input between the two?
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Damn you California roster!
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Assuming this cant be shipped to California
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#10
Picked up the purple one for my girl. Great price.
http://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuper.../ID/123916
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Over priced for a 22 LR device.
If you really needs a 22LR Pistol for plinking.
This one is a option for near $200
lhttp://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore.com/products2.cfm/ID/175965
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Quote from cgigate View Post :
Over priced for a 22 LR device.
If you really needs a 22LR Pistol for plinking.
This one is a option for near $200
lhttp://www.sportsmansoutdoorsuperstore.com/products2.cfm/ID/175965

Sure if you don't care about the gun actually working properly.


The gun in your link is the gun formerly known as the Sig Mosquito.

Which was well known for having a LOT of problems...(there's a reason Sig doesn't have GSG make em anymore)



If you want a cheaper 22 gun though, and like the looks, the Beretta NEOS is outstanding... laser accurate, fires anything you feed it... (it's the only 22 semi auto I've found that cycles CCI Quiet)
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Quote from Knightshade View Post :
Sure if you don't care about the gun actually working properly.


The gun in your link is the gun formerly known as the Sig Mosquito.

Which was well known for having a LOT of problems...(there's a reason Sig doesn't have GSG make em anymore)



If you want a cheaper 22 gun though, and like the looks, the Beretta NEOS is outstanding... laser accurate, fires anything you feed it... (it's the only 22 semi auto I've found that cycles CCI Quiet)
I don't know that gun, I was searching from the same web site to find a comparable 22LR pistol, the 22LR should be around $200, over $300 is overpriced.
Beretta NEOS U22 was a deal $214 http://slickdeals.net/e/3933974
or you need a need a real defense weapon 9mm or minimum 380 pistol
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I don't know that gun, I was searching from the same web site to find a comparable 22LR pistol
If you think price or appearance are the only things that makes a gun comparable you should probably not be making gun recommendations

I mean, a Hipoint 9mm is WAY cheaper than a Sig 226 but they're not really comparable either.


Likewise the one you found is cheaper than the gun in the OP because it's a crap gun in comparison, even if they "look" similar.

It's made more cheaply, it's much pickier on ammo and less reliable, and warranty/support won't be as good either.



The Beretta on the other hand is excellent quality, highly reliable.... the only reason I can figure it's as cheap as it is is that its looks are very polarizing... (also, the warranty is relatively short, I think Beretta is doing 3 years now- versus Ruger which unofficially is basically forever)


Now- the big downside to the Beretta NEOS- no factory threaded barrel available, and it's a huge pain to have it done (properly) in the aftermarket either.
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Quote from Knightshade View Post :
If you think price or appearance are the only things that makes a gun comparable you should probably not be making gun recommendations

I mean, a Hipoint 9mm is WAY cheaper than a Sig 226 but they're not really comparable either.


Likewise the one you found is cheaper than the gun in the OP because it's a crap gun in comparison, even if they "look" similar.

It's made more cheaply, it's much pickier on ammo and less reliable, and warranty/support won't be as good either.



The Beretta on the other hand is excellent quality, highly reliable.... the only reason I can figure it's as cheap as it is is that its looks are very polarizing... (also, the warranty is relatively short, I think Beretta is doing 3 years now- versus Ruger which unofficially is basically forever)


Now- the big downside to the Beretta NEOS- no factory threaded barrel available, and it's a huge pain to have it done (properly) in the aftermarket either.
I may need a 22LR pistol to shoot the ducks everyday pooping in my pool ...
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