Kel-Tec’s PMR-30 pistol, chambered in .22 magnum, is a full-size handgun with a lot to offer aside from its larger companion, the CMR-30 carbine.
Top Shot Dustin Ellerman tests a whole rack of suppressed rifles and pistols to see if the cans have any appreciable effect on velocity.
Other than owners of centerfire M&P pistols, who should be interested in the M&P-22 pistol? Training? Hunting? Competition?
You probably already suspect the answer to this 50/50 question on windshield ballistics, so you might as well get some confirmation in this short video from Full Mag.
While it’s not the prettiest or smoothest rifle, Marlin’s 795 semi-auto is one of the best performers at and significantly above it’s price point.
Alleviating the need to waste time and extra money swapping out barrels, Smith & Wesson cuts out the middleman with the new suppressor ready M&P22 Compact.
Sure, there are a number of other worthy rimfire guns from other manufacturers, so why crown Ruger king? Here are eight good reasons why.
Today there are dozens of .22LR target pistols out there on the market. You can walk into any shop in any state and find any number of Ruger, Browning, Beretta, or Walther pistols among others who all promise to scratch that rimfire itch. But nearly a hundred years ago, Colt got this concept out and perfect and before anyone else did and it came in the form of a work of art we know today as the Woodsman—quite possibly the handgun shooters most want to see made again
While “roughing it” in a camper with ramen might appeal to day-trippers, mountain-men and the like tend to catch, cook and consume their own game on the trail and few calibers are more versatile than .22lr.
In the 1980s, Browning had a great 22 pistol with a lineage that went back to its namesake’s original design. Fresh out of ideas to compete with Ruger and others, they took their well-bred plinker and started over.