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    M&P 22

    Been looking thru the forums for quite a while. Haven't seen any posts about the M&P 22 in a long time. I recently bought one. Had a GSG 22. Hated that thing. Had at least 2 malfunctions out of every 10 round clip. Got to be a real pain & no fun to shoot. Tried an M&P 22 Compact. Just felt too small to be a fun shooting gun. Got the full size M&P 22 & I love it! Has the same great in my hand feel as my M&P 9mm Pro. My accuracy went way up! Have shot hundreds of rounds & NO malfunctions!
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    Welcome and just to let you know they are magazines not clips.

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    to the forums from the Wiregrass! Yeah. I don't shoot all my guns the same. Got some favorites and one or two that feel like extensions of my arm and nervous system. I'm glad you found one like that!
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    Welcome to the forum and always good to hear when someone has found a gun for them that they can shoot well. Shooting a lot more fun like that.
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    Welcome to the forum! Glad you found a shooter your happy with because that's what matters!
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    Welcome, I just picked up a 22 M&P in the compact model, it's surprisingly accurate for what it is. It will shoot any brand of ammo.
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    to the forums from the Wiregrass!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmshieldshooter View Post
    Welcome and just to let you know they are magazines not clips.
    Some of us call them clips, and the funny thing is, everybody knows what we mean....I thought magazines are what you read. Silly me

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    I picked up an M&P 22 Compact back in 2016. Have over 500 rounds through it and enjoy it. Still not very accurate with it but that is due to a lack of practice on my part.

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    Our club bought a few of these for teaching our classes. Reliable, accurate. They are in a completely different class from the GSG made pistols.
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