everyone should have one

Performance

very well built and designed weapon, the .22lr leaves something to be desired for sure but id still rather have it than a stick. I have fired thousands of rounds from mine and the only issues have come from cheap ammo, very accurate, and it can serve as a very good training aid since it has a lot of features of larger caliber guns without the recoil, noise, or price to shoot. The only drawback is really the ammo is not that good for self defense, but if you like it, feel good with it, and are willing to practice with it then great.

Features

sights aren't perfect but for the most part can be adjusted, grip is comfortable, slide mounted safety.

Appeal

looks to good to be a .22

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very well built and designed weapon, the .22lr leaves something to be desired for sure but id still rather have it than a stick. I have fired thousands of rounds from mine and the only issues have come from cheap ammo, very accurate, and it can serve as a very good training aid since it has a lot of features of larger caliber guns without the recoil, noise, or price to shoot. The only drawback is really the ammo is not that good for self defense, but if you like it, feel good with it, and are willing to practice with it then great.

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8
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sights aren't perfect but for the most part can be adjusted, grip is comfortable, slide mounted safety.

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8
Appeal: 

looks to good to be a .22

Overall Rating: 
8.00

for 300 or less you cant beat it, feeds good ammo very well, and is accurate up to 30 yards with practice. for less than 400 dollars you can get a gun and 2000 rounds of ammunition. if you live in a small apartment there may be some appeal for the fact you will not get over penetration and it makes a boom, in most cases lord willing thats all you need. the grip is well suited for most size hands and if need be it can be a ccw, just be aware you are not carrying a .45 and if at all possible the chin of the assailant and barrel need to makes contact before the trigger is pulled. If you have a spouse or child that is not use to guns and want to teach them how to use and care for a weapon this is the one to have, the p22 is a trade off, you get style, not accuracy, it will hit the target 20-30 yards out but not as well as say a single six, and the ten round magizene is not unheard of, in fact its common, would be nice to have a 14 round mag, or maybe even a double stack that holds 20 or so rounds.

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