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Ruger MK(X) or the Browning Buckmark. Try them both to see how they feel. I'm partial to the MKII Ruger if you can find one. Add some sort of optics (red dot or scope) and you're GTG.
 

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I've hunted squirrel with my Smith Model 41 fitted with a Tasco PDP5CMP red dot. Fun time.
 

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I've hunted squirrel with my Smith Model 41 fitted with a Tasco PDP5CMP red dot. Fun time.
Well, looks like I'm not the only one using a target gun in the field. Mine's a Hamden Hi Standard Victor w/ an Al Marvel scope base and scope.
 

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Hey, if you are going to hunt, hunt with an accurate gun. ;) My Smith gets used for all sorts of shooting.
 

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I've taken a bunch of squirrels with my S&W 22a. I still need to get a scope for it.
 

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I have one with the 6" barrel. It is very accurate and the fixed top rail allowes for easy scope mounting if you wish. I got mine at a gun show ans got it for 270 tax included. I have seen used anound in the 200-225 range. Worth every penny.

Berreta neo.

comes in 4"-6" and a few 7-1/2" barrels.

.You can also buy a new barrel for around 95 bucks and it changes in a couple minutes with no tools.

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rugershooter, with a name like yours you should already know the answer! A Ruger Single Six.
I will second that: Ruger Single Six is my go-to small game handgun.
 
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