Anyone shoot a handgun in 22? I know its more for beginners and the like, but I'm looking at it as a more cost effective way of just getting in range time/plinking with a handgun
True. I just mean that it's more used for teaching proper mechanics and are easier to hit targets since its a gentler caliber.
Like I said, I just want a cheap range toy that I won't spend a fortune on.
>Anyone shoot a handgun in 22?
Yeah. It's a good way to practice/play for less $$$ than a full caliber handgun.
I love my sr22, it's just kindof a perfect size. It's small, but feels like a "real" gun. It doesn't feel like a plastic toy like some other cheaper ones I've used.
Can't remember when / where I read the stat but isn't the .22 responsible for the most deaths world wide year in & year out?
Plus .22, silencer, sub-sonic ammo = movie quality silencer, it's really cool
If you're punching a ton of paper .22 is GOAT. I've shot several times more rounds through my .22 rifle and revolver than through all the rest of my firearms combined excluding my trap shotgun.
Hunting small game with .22 is a blast too.