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I looked at the Ruger, Walther, and Sig too but I really like the S&W. Thinking about picking one up, any input from the peanut gallery?
 

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Get it, they are reliable and fun. They just came out with a compact version, it holds 10 rounds standard, other wise you'd be stuck trying to find 10 round mags for a regular full size model which holds 12.

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Don't have the M&P .22 but have the full size 9mm and love it. As far as Ruger goes, if you are talking about the SR22 you won't be disappointed. I have one and find it a blast to shoot as it eats everything I have fed it so far. The only negative, and it's a slight negative, is the safety operates in the reverse ie: rather than sweeping it down to fire you have to push safety upward. Only time it would be an issue IMO is if you were using as a CCW. Otherwise at the range it's a terrific plinker - accurate and reliable. Easy to disassemble and clean.
 

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I have the 3 M&P the 22lr,9mm and .40 and they are all great pistols I have no complaints on none of them,the 22lr is great reliable shooter it has never failed me at the range..

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We have a M&P 22 and use it for Steel Challenge, awesome pistol, very reliable and great gun to get use to the feel and function of the bigger caliber M&P series. Our's no hiccups, greater than 2k rounds through it. My best selling .22

Walther P22, had one, no longer have it for a reason and won't be looking for one in the future

Ruger SR22, very reliable, nice gun.

Sig Mosquito, ammo picky, not a fan, go with a Sig 226 in .22 or a conversion kit for a larger caliber Sig
 

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I have the m&p 22 and it is a great, reliable .22lr handgun. Lots of fun.
 

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I love my M&P 22, you can't go wrong.
One improvement you may want to do is a better sights.
My wife has a SR-22, it's also a great shooter and the stock sights are better.
The one big negative with either is that you will go through .22lr like **** through a goose!!
 
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