For Sale Walther p22

jeeper

Currently without Jeep
Location
So Jo, Ut
Asking Price
$300
Condition
Used - Like New
I’ve got a Walther p22 (.22 caliber) that needs a new home. It’s a fun gun, and cheap to shoot. It has a manual safety, which is excellent for kids. OD green polymer and black slide.

I am looking to go to a Glock 44.. so if you happen to have one you want to sell let me know.

$300.
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jeeper

Currently without Jeep
Location
So Jo, Ut
I picked up a Taurus tx-22 this morning.
After chads comment, I started watching a lot of reviews on the Glock and decided against it. This tx has some pretty good reviews.

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But then Chad threatened our friendship if I didn’t own at least one Glock.. so I’ll go buy it anyway.
 

Gravy

Ant Anstead of Dirtbikes
I have a tx22. I've put maybe a thousand rind through it without failure to fire. Maybe two failure to feed and that was just a dirty mag I had to clean from dropping it in the dirt.

The sight kinda sucks but once you replace it it's nice: (I used a Tandem Kross one)

Two companies make a +3, +5 and +9 mag end cap.
 

jeeper

Currently without Jeep
Location
So Jo, Ut
Nothing.

The walther is a GREAT gun. Absolutely loved it. In Reality, I shouldn't have sold it, and should have just bought the taurus.

I wanted something for my son to take to frontsight to shoot with me. The walther is a little small for that, and the controls are a little different than most standard guns. I wanted to start him off as simple as possible.

The Walther hasn’t actually left to it’s new home yet.. so if something goes wrong, it may just stay.

Size comparison:
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ChestonScout

opinions are like Jeeps..
Location
Clinton, Ut
So I’ve been wanting to get a 22 pistol to start teaching my son how to shoot with a handgun. Jonah is 12.

Stopped by cabelas today and they had a ruger lcp II. It’s smaller then I wanted but decided what the heck

We put a few rounds through it today and I’m pretty impressed. With the gun and the boy

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Jesser04

Well-Known Member
Location
Kaysville Utah
So I’ve been wanting to get a 22 pistol to start teaching my son how to shoot with a handgun. Jonah is 12.

Stopped by cabelas today and they had a ruger lcp II. It’s smaller then I wanted but decided what the heck

We put a few rounds through it today and I’m pretty impressed. With the gun and the boy

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My wife carries one of those. Hers seems to like high velocity ammo but other than that it seems to be a pretty good little gun. I’ve been meaning to grab a lcp max for her I just haven’t yet. We also have ruger sr-22 it’s quit a bit bigger but still fun to shoot.
 

jeeper

Currently without Jeep
Location
So Jo, Ut
Not the smallest thing I own

😳🤣
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I don’t usually carry when I am working in peoples houses. I’ve had too many accidental flashes when bending or lifting my arms. It’s always the kids that see it first 🤣
One day I was at a house and no gun. I had gone in and out multiple times. I went out to the truck for another tool, and a pair of loose pit bulls come up behind me. We had a fun little bark/growl/yell/scream/face off for a minute, and then the owner come out and got them. I didn’t need to shoot then at that moment.. but it would have been nice to have the option.
I drove immediately to the closest gun store and purchased an naa. I’ve got a fixed wood grain handle though. Drops right inside the poster and no one ever sees it now.

On a side note, a guy came to buy a sxs from me, and it took me about 10 minutes to notice his naa in his belt buckle.
 
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