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Hello ! A newbe here from Missouri. As you may guess from the title, I like 22's. I know what some of you are going to say already about CC, but just remember it's location,location,location. Bersa Thunder dou-tone seems like a pretty accurate piece to me.Sounds like a great bunch to chat with and looking forward to soaking up all of your info.:)
 

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Welcome aboard, from VA.
It won't take ya long to soak up all my info :D, but fortunately there are others with more knowledge here
 

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Thanks for the welcome. Need to soak up all the info on the Thunder 22lr. I love the way this gun operates and feels.
 

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Hello ! A newbe here from Missouri. As you may guess from the title, I like 22's. I know what some of you are going to say already about CC, but just remember it's location,location,location. Bersa Thunder dou-tone seems like a pretty accurate piece to me.Sounds like a great bunch to chat with and looking forward to soaking up all of your info.:)
In reference to caliber, it is a null argument for two reasons. One, as you say, its shot placement. The other, which very few folks know is that 98% of all self-defense encounters are "resolved" when the perp realizes the victim is armed... without ever firing a shot.
 

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Welcome, I am in KC, whereabouts are you?
 

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Hello ! A newbe here from Missouri. As you may guess from the title, I like 22's. I know what some of you are going to say already about CC, but just remember it's location,location,location. Bersa Thunder dou-tone seems like a pretty accurate piece to me.Sounds like a great bunch to chat with and looking forward to soaking up all of your info.:)
I just picked up a Phoenix Arms PT22a for 125 w/holster and 2 mags. Bought used, I bought the additional range kit pieces which include a 5 inch barrel/cleaning kit/plastic case/and 1 10 rdmag. I have put 150 rounds through it and all worked flawlessly. Ever shoot one of these?? I happen to like it for my wife to practice with. It is also an economical gun to shoot. I have a lot of cannon revolvers that cost an arm and a leg to shoot in todays society, so I have been buying small bore handguns for about a year and only a couple are semi-auto. I like the semi-auto but love my revolvers.
 

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I also have one and they are very accurate. 16 grooves help a lot. Mine will eat anything I throw at it. Fun practice gun.
 

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I also have one and they are very accurate. 16 grooves help a lot. Mine will eat anything I throw at it. Fun practice gun.
I'll be out of town so your reply will not be seen until Monday. Where did you get the grips??? Mine came with factory black plastic, which are more than good enough. I just prefer something a little better. Yours looks sweet.
 

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I'll be out of town so your reply will not be seen until Monday. Where did you get the grips??? Mine came with factory black plastic, which are more than good enough. I just prefer something a little better. Yours looks sweet.
Thanks. I made them from a piece of old walnut cabinets. They turned out a lot better than I thought they would. They are thicker than the stock ones and fit much better.
 
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