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Old January 21, 2014, 12:01 PM   #1
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Listing of DA/SA and DA Only 22 rimfire revolvers.

In another forum people are asking about DA/SA and DA Only revolvers,,,
Let's put together the definitive list of what new guns are available

In new DA/SA .22 revolvers there are:
Taurus:
  • Taurus 94
  • Taurus 970 Tracker
  • Taurus 990 Tracker
  • Taurus 992 (Dual cylinder for 22 LR & 22 Magnum)

Ruger:
  • Ruger SP-101

Rossi:
  • Rossi R-98 Plinker

Charter Arms:
  • Charter Arms Target Pathfinder

Smith & Wesson
  • Model 317
  • Model 317 Kit Gun
  • Model 63
  • Model 617

There is an import made by Czechpoint,,,
But I have heard nothing good about their guns.

In DA only there are:
Ruger:
  • Ruger LCR (22 LR or 22 Magnum

Smith & Wesson:
  • Model 43C

Does anyone know of another one not in this list?

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Old January 21, 2014, 07:52 PM   #2
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Aarond, I believe Smith and Wesson still offers a DA/SA model 17 masterpiece in .22 lr as well. Will let you know for sure when I get a chance to double check there web site.

Just checked and there website does still in fact list the model 17 masterpiece.
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Old January 22, 2014, 09:59 AM   #3
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Thanks Backwoodsboy,,,

You are correct,,,
I keep forgetting about their "Classic" line of guns.

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Old January 22, 2014, 03:34 PM   #4
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Hmmm. Kinda cheap that I'll post this and leave the work to others , but CZ-USA still has the production rights to the Dan Wesson revolvers and it has been suggested that they have recently made them, though I can't say I've seen evidence of it. Someone else also said they had contacted CZ-USA on this subject and their reply was something of a "it's a possibility!" or "it is planned, however" or some such thing.

And, worse, I don't know if the .22cal rimfire versions are also part of this production. But still, it's something to investigate.

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Old January 22, 2014, 06:49 PM   #5
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There is also Czechpoint (Alfa Proj) for double action. in 22lr and 22wmr.

http://www.czechpoint-usa.com/alfa-proj-revolvers

(since you are trying to have a comprehensive list)


Also, there are 6 models of Charter Arms in rimfire .22. They are all called "Pathfinder", But there is a 2",4" and 5" .22lr and 2",4" and 5" in 22 mag.

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Old January 23, 2014, 09:12 AM   #6
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Thanks Waspinator,,,

I had forgot about the Czechpoint handguns.

I'll add them to the list.

Does anyone here have any experience with a Czechpoint revolver?

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Old January 23, 2014, 11:37 AM   #7
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Sevens wrote:
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...CZ-USA still has the production rights to the Dan Wesson revolvers and it has been suggested that they have recently made them, though I can't say I've seen evidence of it. Someone else also said they had contacted CZ-USA on this subject and their reply was something of a "it's a possibility!" or "it is planned, however" or some such thing.
I don't know if it was from a post that I had but I did email Dan Wesson last summer and here was their response:

We have hopes of bringing them (revolvers) back, we just don’t have a prospective date. Dan Wesson had a fire back in November and just came online a month ago, so we’ve still got to get back to normal before we can think about the revolvers.

Thanks!

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Old January 23, 2014, 12:46 PM   #8
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Check the Weihrauch web-site: http://www.hermann-weihrauch-revolve...e_produkte.htm. they have a bunch of different models chambered for the .22L.R. caliber.
There are the:
HW3;
HW5;
HW7;
HW9;
HW22;
WSA.
I personally own a HW9 Target Trophy which I like very much.
EAA imports some Weihrauch models under the Windicator name. They are also known as Arminius.

Alfa Proj makes some good inexpensive .22L.R. revolvers as well: http://www.alfa-proj.cz/en/products/...rms/revolvers/.

And there's also the Heritage Rough Rider.

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