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Old 02-15-2016, 09:57 AM   #1
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S&W Victory 22LR

During the Shot Show I saw this on some videos and for some reason I had to have it....

It's S&W newest version of the 22 LR and it comes with fiber optic front/rear sights...

SW22 Victory .22 LR - Smith & Wesson

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It looks nice. Surprised the aftermarket barrels are so light though. I'm thinking about getting one for Bullseye and interested in your review.
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It looks nice. Surprised the aftermarket barrels are so light though. I'm thinking about getting one for Bullseye and interested in your review.
I saw the other barrel options on this video and they do look interesting..

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Nice. I need to shoot my Ruger Mark II more.
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That's pretty cool Jeff. A buddy of mine has a 22a S&W that is accurate, but ammo sensitive. I've got two Browning Buckmarks that get a lot of range time. How is the supply of .22 ammo in your area. I'm starting to see more at prices that aren't rediculose
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Originally Posted by Islander View Post
That's pretty cool Jeff. A buddy of mine has a 22a S&W that is accurate, but ammo sensitive. I've got two Browning Buckmarks that get a lot of range time. How is the supply of .22 ammo in your area. I'm starting to see more at prices that aren't rediculose
Thanks Steve...

The 22 ammo is around more than a few years ago..I bought a box of Winchester M22 {800 rds} for $40 from a guy on a forum here in the Lou..

GM is up the street from me and has a box of 1K {2/500 rd boxes} for $60..
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That's not bad. I've been buying bricks of 500 for $25.
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Originally Posted by montanaResident View Post
Nice. I need to shoot my Ruger Mark II more.
I had the Mark III and it was just a pain to take apart..This by far is much easier....Remove screw, lift up on barrel and you're done...

Skip to the 10:13 point of the video to see...


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Originally Posted by jms-stlou View Post
I had the Mark III and it was just a pain to take apart..This by far is much easier....Remove screw, lift up on barrel and you're done...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAQipLky31I
I'm the 3rd owner and took it apart for the first time ever (for me and likely the pistol too) a year ago, and it is a complex little boogger. I'm sure I'd have to watch a video to take it completely a part again.
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I'm the 3rd owner and took it apart for the first time ever (for me and likely the pistol too) a year ago, and it is a complex little boogger. I'm sure I'd have to watch a video to take it completely a part again.
My ffl warned me before buying the Ruger MIII...He called them a "bag gun" since most people don't know how to take them apart and put it in a bag in pieces to take to a gunsmith after attempting to do it.....
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