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GunFun
08-06-2011, 01:44 AM
need some help in choosing the best .22 gun at this moment in time and price too if possible please

PakistanFirst
08-06-2011, 07:18 AM
What does your budget allow? Are you looking for a rifle or a hangun?

GunFun
08-06-2011, 11:55 AM
budget is flexible but under 1lakh. browning buck mark looks like a good choice judging from pakguns price list, but which models are available here in pk and price if known please. the other option i've thought about is a walther (or any other) due to a built-in red dot function. pls let me know your thoughts...

Trigger_happy78
08-06-2011, 12:07 PM
Walther is a good option. Its more reliable then other handuns in the market. Sign Mosquito, for example has more feed and extraction problems, trigger is also very stiff in DA mode.

GunFun
08-06-2011, 07:02 PM
sorry bro...i'm looking for a handgun

Dr Zakir
09-06-2011, 12:32 AM
Browning buck mark or ruger

PakistanFirst
09-06-2011, 06:50 AM
Go for the BRNO Model 5, 2 or 1 - in that order of selection. If you can not find any BRNO, then get any of the the CZs.

Habib
16-06-2011, 03:38 AM
One day I went to the range and this dude with a cast on his hand that went up his arm under his jacket sleeve was shooting at clay birds he placed on the hill with a 4" slabside bull barrel Buckmark and he was breaking each one to bits every shot. Iron sights, with a cast on his hand, at 100 yards with a 22 pistol. I watched totally amazed at the accuracy from a pistol in the plinker-price range.

Next gun show I bought one with the full length slabside bull barrel and took it to the range with my own clay birds and was able to break them to bits too. My pistol now has a set of Browning Custom Shop laminated wood thumb-rest grips, a full length B-Square Weaver base in place of the iron sights, and an adjustable reddot sight.

My experience with Browning arms is they are high quality and well worth their retail price compared to some other name brands.

Dr Hanif Malik
19-06-2011, 05:23 PM
@pf sir he is in .22 hand gun ,,,i think,,,ruger and browning is the best option.

Skeeter60
25-06-2011, 08:52 PM
need some help in choosing the best .22 gun at this moment in time and price too if possible please

My dear I wish there was a best .22 Rifle or a best .22 Pistol.
There is alas no such thing. One has to define the parameters. Tell us the purpose you want it for and then we can try to help.
As a general plinker with some in formal shooting at tin cans or targets, A Ruger Mk3, a Browning BuckMark, a Berretta 87 are good choices. A Mosquitoe or the P22 whether made by Sig or by Walther are 2nd choices, but suit better for SD if you find the ammo which works in these.

Abbas
26-06-2011, 02:54 PM
Ruger, Ruger, Ruger and Ruger. ;)

A Mark III if possible as Skeeter sahib said above.

@Habib Welcome to PakGuns.

Glock5
29-06-2011, 01:06 PM
Smith & Wesson Model 422 is my favorite !

mallard
29-06-2011, 11:30 PM
dear brother my some friend has 3knot3 rifel anyone interested in it then tell me.

SPAYPANTHER
29-06-2011, 11:51 PM
dear brother my some friend has 3knot3 rifel anyone interested in it then tell me.

you are not allow to do that

Ameer
02-07-2011, 11:05 AM
I had walther P22, bought it at 48k but nothing extra-ordinary abt it. Perhaps other choices that skeeter60 bro has mentioned, may be better.

Virk
03-07-2011, 01:21 AM
Go for A Mark III as Abbas Bahi said.

Moeen
05-07-2011, 09:42 AM
Salam All,
A Ruger or for those who have not experienced the Buckmark - either will suffice.

SPAYPANTHER
05-07-2011, 10:47 AM
most of as advising MARk III but where it is available for sale,,, abbas bhai him self got his MarkIII after a long search

Survivalist
05-07-2011, 11:23 AM
MarkIII Standard Tappered barell long, available at Baksh Elahi, Seen yesterday, website says it is Alloy Steel! Will the quality and durability be inferior than steel/hunter models?

SPAYPANTHER
12-07-2011, 12:16 PM
MarkIII Standard Tappered barell long, available at Baksh Elahi, Seen yesterday, website says it is Alloy Steel! Will the quality and durability be inferior than steel/hunter models?

what is asking price of markIII

Survivalist
12-07-2011, 01:53 PM
Dear Spaypanther, their asking price is100k Sir.

Habib
12-07-2011, 10:55 PM
The best gun is the one in your hand when you need it bad. :pound:

SPAYPANTHER
12-07-2011, 11:50 PM
@ survivalist

thanks bro!

BaderJanjua
17-07-2011, 06:34 PM
Berreta 87 or Ruger

Skeeter60
19-07-2011, 01:33 AM
I will go with a Ruger Mk 2 or 3

Moeen
25-07-2011, 09:52 PM
Salam All,
Or you can try this new kid on the block, has about the same weight as the Buckmark or Ruger... carries the heritage name of a company which even the experts can't deny as being the best. Feels amazing in the hand, Micro adjustable sights, has an adjustable trigger for weight & pre/post stops! Can anyone else make that claim on their standard .22?

http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h427/pyramids99/Hammerli1.jpg
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h427/pyramids99/Hammerli2.jpg
http://i1109.photobucket.com/albums/h427/pyramids99/Hammerli3.jpg

ACHILLES
25-07-2011, 10:20 PM
No moeen bhai no. come on you know that no one can. :)

Survivalist
25-07-2011, 10:26 PM
Moeen sir, offcourse it is Xee and mouthwatering, is it availabe here?

Survivalist
25-07-2011, 10:36 PM
Quote"I've not handled/fired an Xesse, but have a few Sig Trailsides (same gun, basically).
Putting aside reliability and build concerns, I thought...
- Very light, but nice balance.
- Trigger is quite acceptable stock. I've fired one with Larry's job done,
and didn't find it sooo much better, but everyone has an opinion.
- Plenty accurate
- Simple field strip
- Fills a price point between the Ruger/Browning and the Smith 41 and
Euro guns.
I do question the build quality, at least of the Sig Trailsides. The internet is littered with people that had problems. Mostly with the slide not locking open after the last round, and the cracked trigger guard(?). Both of those are fairly easy to remedy. Cracked slides was a less common issue, though who knows if that was the result of high-velocity ammo and such. Still, it's enough to make me leary of the Trailside, being that Sig no longer supports them. Larry's can no doubt fix any problem, but start throwing a few hundred $ at the gun, and you're at the next price point. There's a beautiful 6" Trailside with adj sights that my dealer just took in, asking $475, and likely some wiggle room there. Much as I'd like to pick it up, I'm very hesitant.
If however you were considering a new Xesse from Larry's, I say go for it. Shoot the heck out of it while it's under warranty. The most basic model starts at $699, and I think the target model 6" is just under $1,000. For that you could get a new Smith 41 or preferably a nice vintage one.
Not sure where you're looking price-wise.
But to your question... I think the Xesse could be a good choice. Especially if you're looking for something on the lighter side.
If you do, please post a thorough range review, as there's nothing out there."

http://www.targettalk.org/viewtopic.php?t=27096

Survivalist
25-07-2011, 10:38 PM
http://tonybrong.blogspot.com/2009/02/sig-hammerli-trailsidex-esse.html

Moeen
25-07-2011, 11:04 PM
Salam All,
I have owned at one time or another Rugers, Buckmarks, 87 Target, Bernardellis, Walther p22 & SP22, Sig Mosquito, S&W 41, S&W 422, Hi Standard. This gun feels very right. I will be posting report on its reliability and accuracy. The only gun that has given me serious problems was the Sig Mosquito, that thing jammed from day one! Having owned and USED such variety, I know this gun will be with me for a long time. As for he said she said... never cared too much for it.

Daudpota
03-08-2011, 12:29 AM
Care to disclose the price of that beauty in Pakistan?

Moeen
04-08-2011, 04:18 PM
Salam All,
@Daudpota - I paid 100K/rs for it.

Daudpota
04-08-2011, 11:32 PM
Good price for a Hammerli...they make great competition grade guns...how is the performance?

Daudpota
04-08-2011, 11:33 PM
I didn't know Hammerli was a Walther brand..

Moeen
06-08-2011, 05:22 PM
Salam All,
I have been carless the day after this purchase... or as my wife says to me.... baycar
I still have not tested it. Probably will next week

Survivalist
06-08-2011, 05:55 PM
I didn't know Hammerli was a Walther brand..Hämmerli is a Swiss manufacturer of firearms aimed mostly at sport shooting, especially Olympic events governed by the International Shooting Sport Federation.

In 2006 Hämmerli was taken over by Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen and they have licensed the Hämmerli brand to Umarex USA.

Survivalist
06-08-2011, 06:07 PM
Moeen Sir, What is your openion regarding this pistol, I am offered for purchase by a friend!

http://www.rockislandauction.com/photos/46/p_standard/TMW53A-T-F1-H.jpg

Walther 1936 Olympia Rapid Fire Model Semi Automatic Pistol, Barrel Length: 7 1/2 inch round ;

Produced until 1944, this pistol features adjustable blade front and notch rear sights, wrap around target grips with thumb rest and wooden base magazine numbered to the gun. Marked with the Walther banner, followed by "Waffenfabrik Walther Zella-Mehlis (Thur.) / Walther's Patent" followed by "Olympia-Pistole" on the left side of the slide and the caliber marking on the right side below two proof marks on the barrel. The frame is drilled and tapped for attaching target weights.

Survivalist
06-08-2011, 06:08 PM
A similiar one; http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/46/lid/840

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walther_Olympia

Moeen
07-08-2011, 10:30 PM
Salam All,
@Survivalist - depends how much the guy is asking for it... these days prices are tooooo high. Anyways, with two mags minimum - this pistol is a very good buy. The grip/barrel angle of this pistol - if you compare it to the Hammerli is the same, its gonna be a natural pointer as well. And I might remind you that some of these oldtimers CAN and DO give the new so called expert pistols a run for their money. If its affordable I believe it to be a very good buy.

PUNJTANI5
15-08-2011, 06:55 PM
salam moeen bhai
tussi great ho

gunlover2020
07-01-2013, 03:32 PM
PAKISTAN GUN PRICES (01/01/2013)





The stars are based on the performance, accuracy, durability & handling.


Most of the weapons which are brand new boxed, you will find the starting price from 40+




1. RUGER MARK III (U.S.A) .22 Rs: 80,000 - 150,000 (5 STARS RATING *****)

2. ISSC M22 (Austria) .22 Rs: 40,000 - 67,000 (4 STARS RATING ****)

3. Walther P22 (Germany) .22 Rs: 44,000 - 65,000 (3 STARS RATING ***)

4. BROWNING BUCKMARK .22 Rs: 55,000 - 85,000 (3 STARS RATING ***)

5. TAURUS 941 (Brazil) .22 Revolver Rs: 44,000 - 55,000 (3 STARS RATING ***)

6. SIG Mosquito .22 Rs: 48,000 - 60,000 (2 STARS RATING **)






Personally ISSC M22 is better than Walther P22. One of the main reason is because it has a Glock Look, Good weight & Recoil handling is better. THAT'S JUST MY OPION.

ISSC M22 Price Range From RS: 40,000 TO 67,000

IF YOU BUY IT NOW.

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Model Early 2010 Price: RS: 37,000 Depending On The Dealer.
Late 2010 Price: RS 45,000 Depending On The Dealer.

Model Early 2011 Price: RS: 45,000 Depending On The Dealer.
Late 2011 Price: RS 55,000 Depending On The Dealer.

Model Early 2012 Price: RS: 60,000 Depending On The Dealer.
Late 2012 Price: RS 67,000 Depending On The Dealer.

THESE PRICE ARE BEEN CHECK BY 18 DIFFERENT DEALERS IN DIFFERENT CITIES. MOST OF THE DEALER'S SELLING THE 2010 MODEL FOR 45K OR HIGHER. BECAUSE OF THE .22 CAL WHICH IS NOT VERY MUCH USED IN PAKISTAN SO THE STOCK OF .22 REMAINS & THAT'S ONE OF THE REASON WHY THE MOST OF THE DEALER'S STILL HAVE BRAND NEW BOXED 2010 MODELS IN THEIR STORES.

Survivalist
07-01-2013, 03:52 PM
My Dear Gunlover brother, can you pls confirm availability with which dealer of ruger & browning pls. It shall be helpful. Thanks

Asd1976
07-01-2013, 04:47 PM
Please share the names by city, if 2/3 dealers by major cities can be listed that will be really helpful.
In Khi, I tried looking for buckmark, majority donest have it, some qouted price of above 100k.

GUNFREAK
08-01-2013, 12:28 AM
Check Badar brothers or Guns & Gear.

Regards

Avais
09-01-2013, 12:50 PM
Brother Any availability of browning and ruger in Lahore.

gunlover2020
09-01-2013, 08:53 PM
My second ISSC M22 (model Late 2012)

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Faisal Bakhtiar
11-02-2013, 01:43 AM
Is anyone share his experience with Smith & wesson model 42 or 422

eminentpk
08-05-2013, 01:58 AM
Walther P-22

tatur1
08-05-2013, 02:02 AM
Walther P-22

Lol you bumped a 3 months old thread... however I think "the best .22" handgun may not exist (with this I mean not available in Pakistan). A member of PG (fahad dawra) recently purchased Walther P22-Q and sold it rapidly because he wasn't satisfied with its performance.

Enigmatic Desires
08-05-2013, 11:05 AM
Well. The .22 lr is essentialy a bolt action rifle round. In fact thats what the Lr stands for (long rifle)

The poor thing is stuffed into everything from revolvers to pistols to semi autos rifles to BA ones.

And cheap 20 rupee rimfire rounds tend to get warped in the heat and humidity in our part of the world. if u want quality then U have to pay for it. Take the CCI stinger for instance. U will rarely face the kind of problems with it that U will have to face with the armscor round.

Ahmad
08-05-2013, 02:22 PM
Well. The .22 lr is essentialy a bolt action rifle round. In fact thats what the Lr stands for (long rifle)

The poor thing is stuffed into everything from revolvers to pistols to semi autos rifles to BA ones.

And cheap 20 rupee rimfire rounds tend to get warped in the heat and humidity in our part of the world. if u want quality then U have to pay for it. Take the CCI stinger for instance. U will rarely face the kind of problems with it that U will have to face with the armscor round.
ED Bro, this poor thing is also stuffed in full autos like American 180

tatur1
08-05-2013, 02:30 PM
Well. The .22 lr is essentialy a bolt action rifle round. In fact thats what the Lr stands for (long rifle)

The poor thing is stuffed into everything from revolvers to pistols to semi autos rifles to BA ones.

And cheap 20 rupee rimfire rounds tend to get warped in the heat and humidity in our part of the world. if u want quality then U have to pay for it. Take the CCI stinger for instance. U will rarely face the kind of problems with it that U will have to face with the armscor round.

and the CCI rounds cost as much as 35 a pop... same as 9mm chinese ammo. For what you have mention, exactly that's why I gave up the idea for .22 handgun and went for another 9mm.

Fahad as I talked to him, intentionally he wanted .22 because of low voice as well but he wasn't satisfied in this aspect either along with all others.

Ahmad
08-05-2013, 02:41 PM
and the CCI rounds cost as much as 35 a pop... same as 9mm chinese ammo. For what you have mention, exactly that's why I gave up the idea for .22 handgun and went for another 9mm.

Fahad as I talked to him, intentionally he wanted .22 because of low voice as well but he wasn't satisfied in this aspect either along with all others.
@tatur bhai, You dont always need CCI, you can plink with low cost ammo as well, but one 22 should be in every collection.

tatur1
08-05-2013, 02:47 PM
@tatur bhai, You dont always need CCI, you can plink with low cost ammo as well, but one 22 should be in every collection.

you are right it but I have heard that low-quality ammo give cycling issues like FTEs. Indeed, there should be .22 in every collection as well as .30 TT and even I plan to have them in my collection but it seems there still some time for me to raise more money for the purpose lol...

Ahmad
08-05-2013, 03:01 PM
I have a Ruger mark II which is quite old, but i have yet to see, any failure with Armscore, the cheapest in 22 but it Likes Game Shock Best which is around 18 Rs. a pop now a days

tatur1
08-05-2013, 04:20 PM
I have a Ruger mark II which is quite old, but i have yet to see, any failure with Armscore, the cheapest in 22 but it Likes Game Shock Best which is around 18 Rs. a pop now a days

well... I was actually hunting for Ruger SR22 due to its superb modern-type shape however as I mentioned a reliable .22 handgun is nowhere to be found here :(

Ahmad
08-05-2013, 05:45 PM
SR22 is surely very futuristic looking, but i highly doubt it will be available here

Dr Zakir
08-05-2013, 06:16 PM
Rugers and buckmarks are available in Pakistan they are hard to find as are sold as quickly as they come

Ch_Adnan
09-05-2013, 12:43 AM
and the CCI rounds cost as much as 35 a pop... same as 9mm chinese ammo. For what you have mention, exactly that's why I gave up the idea for .22 handgun and went for another 9mm.

Fahad as I talked to him, intentionally he wanted .22 because of low voice as well but he wasn't satisfied in this aspect either along with all others.

bro y r u compare cci with 311. cci is top order of .22 and its campare with hydrashok and speer gold dot which is more then 500 a pop.
and i buy magtec high vilocity .22 fmj 40 grain at rate of 18 a pop and never see aby ftf and fte and also very accurate.
i love .22 more then a 9mm.

Ch_Adnan
09-05-2013, 12:52 AM
if u fire armscor hp in rotating barrel pistol like sc and cf to ap ko ftf mile ga b/c armscor bullets ka moo ziada khola hoa he.
is ka kia matlab he 9mm fail he? no bro its simple chose those bullets jo ap ka pistol handle kr saky. if u have ruger mark 2 and other rialible .22 pistol u can fire any bullets.
i have llama.22 and i fire armscor and never see any ftf.

lifebreakking
09-05-2013, 01:16 AM
I go for original Star Spanish .22 "Starlet" small in size and simple in mechanism 21197 and never heard of its fault/defect

lifebreakking
09-05-2013, 01:21 AM
below is picture of .25 cal Star Pistol

tatur1
09-05-2013, 01:39 AM
if u fire armscor hp in rotating barrel pistol like sc and cf to ap ko ftf mile ga b/c armscor bullets ka moo ziada khola hoa he.
is ka kia matlab he 9mm fail he? no bro its simple chose those bullets jo ap ka pistol handle kr saky. if u have ruger mark 2 and other rialible .22 pistol u can fire any bullets.
i have llama.22 and i fire armscor and never see any ftf.

bro I know Mark 2 and your llama are reliable guns... but when me and fahad were hunting guns, we both first tried to find SR-22... Why? because not interested in classic looking shapes, we were looking for RELIABLE but modern-shape handguns.

@lifebreaking this is indeed a nice gun, but if I want a .22, I want it to be reliable and shaped like SR22 or P22Q :P

Ahmad
09-05-2013, 11:47 AM
@tatur, somebody told me about Berreta Neos in Lahore, it is quite modern looking, I dont know you have any access in lahore but some PG memeber will certainly help you in locating one.

tatur1
10-05-2013, 01:41 AM
@tatur, somebody told me about Berreta Neos in Lahore, it is quite modern looking, I dont know you have any access in lahore but some PG memeber will certainly help you in locating one.

bro don't have any free license for time being... I am to get few more right after elections (actually 1 is already pending in queue). So for timebeing I gave up for .22, instead I plan to go for something in .30 and then those stylish dashing .22 rifles.

Ahmad
10-05-2013, 11:12 AM
bro don't have any free license for time being... I am to get few more right after elections (actually 1 is already pending in queue). So for timebeing I gave up for .22, instead I plan to go for something in .30 and then those stylish dashing .22 rifles.
I can tell you that for 90% of the people 22 becomes your most favorite cartridges. do grab one & you wont regret Inshallah

Ch_Adnan
10-05-2013, 03:18 PM
tatur1 bro. if u find walhter ppk in .22 to ankhen band kr ke kared lia ga its my dreem gun. our moeen sir have one of it

Agha007
10-05-2013, 07:44 PM
I dunno much about .22 but i really liked the Amt automag and this suppressed walther p22 in desert camo while i was out to buy bullets, absolute bliss!

zia raza
11-05-2013, 03:18 AM
@tatur, somebody told me about Berreta Neos in Lahore, it is quite modern looking, I dont know you have any access in lahore but some PG memeber will certainly help you in locating one.

I dnt think so its available, few months back i got neos fever but couldn't found in Quetta, lahore, Karachi ... And fever ended by high dose of Walther pp.. Do u know the particular shop whr its available, btw i m feeling my forehead is on heat again.. Maybe 101'c .. Lol

Ahmad
11-05-2013, 11:47 AM
I dnt think so its available, few months back i got neos fever but couldn't found in Quetta, lahore, Karachi ... And fever ended by high dose of Walther pp.. Do u know the particular shop whr its available, btw i m feeling my forehead is on heat again.. Maybe 101'c .. Lol
my info is about farhan of Majeed Sons, this fever never settles, i hate it & love it, God bless you

zia raza
11-05-2013, 02:00 PM
my info is about farhan of Majeed Sons, this fever never settles, i hate it & love it, God bless you

might be possible he had it, coz its the only shop i avoid to go at.. Dont like the attitude of the guy..

Ahmad
11-05-2013, 02:58 PM
might be possible he had it, coz its the only shop i avoid to go at.. Dont like the attitude of the guy..
same here, i don't like him

gullybouy
13-05-2013, 05:08 PM
Assalaam Aliekum.

I just bought a Sig Sauer Mosquito, .22LR besides much opposition of my experienced friends, dealer & forums.

I took 3 types of Ammo:

1- Federal USA
2- Winchester Hyper X
3- S & B

I got the Winchester recommended by the dealer, I could only fire 3 rounds, all failed to eject.

I got the Federal USA very cheap did not trust it but fired a 100 rds with only 2 failures to load.

I got my favourite S & B a little expensive but same price as Winchester, fired 25 rds only one failure to load.

( The failure to load might me my mistake some how as I am new to all this, but FTE on Winchester that I cant ignore)

So whoever has any opinion about a .22lr handgun or Sig Mosquito in particular, IMHO go where your heart takes you, you wont regret.

FYI, I was at the Airmen club today morning and really had fun, built up quiet a skill and plan to keep going often. I only have a Sig mosquito and I plan to keep it for a lot of time...

Ameer
14-05-2013, 11:31 AM
When i was going to buy the walther, This Mosquito wasn't recommended by any dealer (though i loved the OD green). The issue that everyone quoted is the FTE.

Like u said, go where the heart take you. And in the end, there must be one brand that will happily go e ur .22lr handgun. In ur case YOU, SIG MOSQUITO and S&B will live happy after. :)

CONGRATULATIONS

gullybouy
14-05-2013, 12:10 PM
When i was going to buy the walther, This Mosquito wasn't recommended by any dealer (though i loved the OD green). The issue that everyone quoted is the FTE.

Like u said, go where the heart take you. And in the end, there must be one brand that will happily go e ur .22lr handgun. In ur case YOU, SIG MOSQUITO and S&B will live happy after. :)

CONGRATULATIONS

Jazak Allah

Brother this is the first set of encouraging words i heard, since my Mosquito purchase. I plan to use Federal ammo for the range and for some light SD will keep S&B.

Never mind if all dealers told me that i wont find ammo or atleast find suitable ammo for this, all trash. Dealers dont give good advice, they just wanna sell their stuff. I got plenty of supply for ammo as a newbie. I hope to enjoy and i advice all who had their first thoughts on .22s to go with their heart. Its good SD and as well a practice gun.

Moeen
12-07-2013, 09:38 AM
Salam All,
@gullybouy - its been a while since you bought your mosquito. Are you satisfied with the reliability of the Sig? What about the S&B rounds? The ones I purchased turned out to be sooo bad I traded them in for the new plastic box Federals. Let us know.

gullybouy
12-07-2013, 12:25 PM
Assalaam Aliekum,

Moeen Bhai, I was out of country, just returned, since didnt have time to make some action.

I am pretty much satisfied with the Sig Mosquito, as I may have mentioned, I tried Federal, S & B and Armscor without trouble.

I dont plan to go to the Range till after Eid, till then.....