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Any Info on a Walther P-22?

This is a discussion on Any Info on a Walther P-22? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I've had one for 18 months, and like it. No real problems of failures. It is a bit of a pain to eassemble. Also, make ...

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    I've had one for 18 months, and like it. No real problems of failures.

    It is a bit of a pain to eassemble.

    Also, make sure the barrel is screwed in all the way; sometimes mine works loose after firing 50 rounds.

    Jerry


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    My brother bought one for his youngest son a few years back, and they put a brick a month through it with no problems. Then my nephew discovered girls. Now he never shoots it. Looks like it's only problem was the opposite sex.

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    My only issue is how it ejects the spent brass in your face without notice.
    I wish they'd redesign the extractor.

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    Back at the range today. Put another 300 rounds of Mini Mag thru it. Over 800 rounds and it functions great - no problems. I am going to clean it tonight and put it away for my Grand Daughter. It's OK. Not great but OK.
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    Okay, I'm a bit curious, what plastic rod are you guys talking about?
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    The Walther P-22 comes with a small plastic rod (about an inch long, maybe two) that is used to help put it back together after a field stripping. Basically it artificially extends the length of the guide rod so that you can get the non-captured spring and the slide back in place.

    Brian

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    I have one and like it a lot, but they can give some trouble.
    go to RimfireCentral.com - Hobby and Info Source For All Rimfire Caliber Ammo and Firearms
    they have a lot of info on how to make it shoot right.
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    Great little shooter! Have put about 600 rds thru mine w/o a single hicccup so far.

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