Pink .22LR Pistols?

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    Question Pink .22LR Pistols?

    Hello I'm trying to find my wife a pink gun for her birthday... I'm not really sure why it has to be pink but when we got together she hated guns and never wanted me to have mine out or even want them in the house. Well since she actually shot one she now enjoys it and actually said that she would be ok with a gun for her birthday as long as it is pink and she wants just a .22LR pistol. Beretta makes a U22 Neos that we've shot before and enjoyed and there use to be pink inlay grips for them but Beretta discontinued them according to their customer rep that I've talked to. I really want this pink grip but can not seem to find it anywhere... I've been told by my local gun dealer that he can get the Black ones and I'm wondering if I should go that route or if I should keep looking... I LOVE the price of the gun and I've read SEVERAL reviews that says it will shoot bulk box walmart ammo all day with no jams (I thought about the Sig Misqueto but I guess that requires the CCI Ammo plus it's more expensive). Does anyone know where I can get the Pink Inlay grips for the U22 Neos and or where I can find pink tiped .22 ammo.... I have a hornady Critical Defense for my .44 and I thought they made a pink one for the .22 but I can not find it anymore. PLEASE any help would be great as I think I've looked everywhere!!

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    This is simply my opinion...and comes from a woman who would love a pink gun...don't pick based on color. What does she shoot well? Has she shot something she likes? Can you go to a range with rentals?

    Any gun can be made pink with Duracoat, Hogue grips or whatever. I feel her, I really do - I'd much rather have a pink gun and one of these days I'll be willing to let mine go long enough for painting... But it's better to have a black gun you can shoot well, than a pretty one that you hate to shoot.

    As far as the grips you mention (if SHE likes the gun, check eBay - that may be your beat bet for a discontinued item)
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    I agree ^^^^^ maybe Duracoat

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    Go to gun broker and search with pink pistol... they are out threr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lish View Post
    This is simply my opinion...and comes from a woman who would love a pink gun...don't pick based on color.

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    Beaverdunker, that is quite a first post (and user name).

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    consider a Ruger LCR. If you can't find a special edition that comes with the pink grips you can get them on Ruger's accessories webpage.
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    My wife has a factory pink ISSC M22 that she loves

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    Get her a smith 642 with no lock in pink grips
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    I would recommend letting her pick it out, so she has the gun she wants. If you can't find it in pink or with pink grips, there are ways of making that happen after you own the gun.

    Oh, and welcome to DC. Feel free to come back and post some more when you have the chance.

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    Ruger SR-22...maybe in pink.

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