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WTB: 22 lr pistol, or inexpensive 9mm - for plinking

My father-in-law is interested to buy himself a plinker, 22 lr or inexpensive 9mm

budget probably around $300-ish

he has FOID

let me know what you got
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I have a Taurus pt92ar in 9mm that i will let go for 325 but no less. I can posr a pic if youre interested. 2 10 rd mags.

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I have this 22lr pistol. Bought it brand new last year and love this gun. Super accurate, rounds are dirt cheap. Really awesome gun and it has a tac rail on top. http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...layErrorView_Y

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S&W Sigma 9mm. I love mine and it never fails to fire or eject.

I also have a S&W 22A as listed above. Great & cheap but will fail to eject rounds from time to time. Just turn it sideways and the case will fall. Not a deal breaker but food for thought.

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I have a Taurus pt92ar in 9mm that i will let go for 325 but no less. I can posr a pic if youre interested. 2 10 rd mags.
please PM me the details, I am interested. is it blued, 2 tone? stainless? how many rounds through? year?
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please PM me the details, I am interested. is it blued, 2 tone? stainless? how many rounds through? year?
FWIW, I've owned a few 92FS and one railed PT92, no clear difference in quality and the decock feature of the PT92 was nice. I would not hesitate to buy one for a self defense gun and would make a great plinker even if she is more expensive to feed than a .22lr.

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please PM me the details, I am interested. is it blued, 2 tone? stainless? how many rounds through? year?
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Ill have to check my receipt to see when I bought it
About 600 rounds through it
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Ill give you the plastic case too.
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Any 22LR will shoot for CHEAP, as for 9mm, HiPoint C9 is a reliable cheap route, very cheap. Good luck gun shopping.

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Ill have to check my receipt to see when I bought it
About 600 rounds through it
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Ill give you the plastic case too.
Looking pretty good. I talked to my father in law and he was very interested, heck, I might take it for myself if he is not interested
how about meeting at GAT guns on Sunday, so we will check it out and test fire it if you don't mind?

I will PM you with contact info.
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2wheelpilot, was nice meeting with you, we ended up shooting more than 200 rounds through your gun, and then I gave it a good cleaning and oiling Gun was working fine, may be I will talk my father in law to get some adjustable sights, it was grouping too low.

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I have this 22lr pistol. Bought it brand new last year and love this gun. Super accurate, rounds are dirt cheap. Really awesome gun and it has a tac rail on top. http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...layErrorView_Y
I was just out with the Model 41 on Friday. That 22A you reference looks like a fun one too for a much cheaper price.

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2wheelpilot, was nice meeting with you, we ended up shooting more than 200 rounds through your gun, and then I gave it a good cleaning and oiling Gun was working fine, may be I will talk my father in law to get some adjustable sights, it was grouping too low.

Thanks again
good to meet you and you FIL too - have fun with the gun!

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