Posts Tagged ‘Walther P22’

Walther P22 perched in crook of a tree

Range Report: The Walther P22

For many years, almost every .22 caliber rimfire self-loading pistol was a single-action design. Most did not use a hammer. Instead a firing pin in a bolt was utilized. An exception was the seldom seen, but very desirable, Walther PPK in .22 LR. While a good pistol, the Walther was expensive and sometimes finicky concerning ammunition and reliability. The subject of this report is a modern polymer frame double-action first shot pistol that is also desirable but affordable. The double-action first shot pistol has many good attributes for general use, particularly for outdoors use and personal defense as a house gun.

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Pink Never Dies! Mommy and Me Girly Guns

Even though experts debate whether pink for girls and blue for boys is inherently biological or a cultured stereotype, there is no denying that many little girls gravitate toward and love the color pink. A love of pink continues, for many of us, into adulthood.

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.22 LR Competition Pistols: What to Buy, What Not to Buy

With ammo costs going up and availability going down, many shooters are turning to the good old .22 Long Rifle cartridge for affordable shooting fun. Rimfire competition shooting leagues are springing up across the country. New shooters are mastering the fundamentals of marksmanship. Experienced shooters are rediscovering that .22 LR competitions are a fun way to hone their skills to a fine edge. So, what should we look for in a competition .22 pistol?