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Old December 8, 2011, 12:21 PM   #51
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Hello 1-UP,,,

I wish you wouldn't have put the Beretta NEOS and S&W 22A,,,
in the same tier as the P22 and the Mosquito.

I do agree that they may not be in the same category as the Browning or Rugers,,,
But they are far above the P22 and Mosquito in strength and reliability.

Make a Tier 3 for the P22 and Mosquito,,,
Both of those guns are made with zinc alloy slides,,,
That alone makes them undesirable for even serious plinking.

JMHO

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Old December 8, 2011, 12:44 PM   #52
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just go with one of the 3 you mentioned. all are great. i don't much care for the ruger, because it's such a pain to strip and is really heavy, but it shoots good. i have and love the buckmark.
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