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Smith & Wesson 22A .22LR 5�" Black Barrel/Slide, Gray Frame 
by Phillip R
Date Added: Sunday 30 August, 2009
I was greatly surprised at how accurate and reliable this pistol turned out to be. It is easily the equal of my Ruger MKIII stainless Hunter in terms of reliability and accuracy. Of course the 22A isn't as nicely built or as nice looking as the Ruger, but for the price I can live with it. I like the grip size of the 22A a lot, but people with smaller hands will probably not like it as much as a Ruger or Buckmark. The unusual position of the magazine release button does not bother me at all, and in fact I have come to like it a lot. Takedown is very easy - perhaps the easiest of any .22 semi-auto. Trigger pull is average - not quite as good as a Buckmark, but pretty close to that of the MKIII. Overall, perhaps the most bang for the buck in low-end .22lr semi's.