22shooter

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by 22shooter, Apr 23, 2013.

  1. 22shooter

    22shooter Member

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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.:)
     
  2. Stratojaxter

    Stratojaxter Well-Known Member

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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
     

  3. 22shooter

    22shooter Member

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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.
     
  4. David

    David Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    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.
     
  5. Pancho_Villa

    Pancho_Villa Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Welcome to the forum 22shooter.
     
  6. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Welcome to the Bersa Firearms Forum !!
     
  7. hilandr

    hilandr thunder 380 CC owner

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    Welcome, I am in KC, whereabouts are you?
     
  8. LT2108

    LT2108 Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporter

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    Welcome to the Bersa Firearms Forum !
     
  9. hotshott

    hotshott The "Bass-Tard" Son

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    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.
     
  10. 22shooter

    22shooter Member

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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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  11. hotshott

    hotshott The "Bass-Tard" Son

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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.
     
  12. 22shooter

    22shooter Member

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    Just a little south of you in Springfield.
     
  13. 22shooter

    22shooter Member

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    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.