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Beretta U22 Neos 6.0 Inox 22 LR Inox Stainless [JU2S60X]
by Matthew R
Date Added: Saturday 09 February, 2013
I suppose I've put about 500 rounds through the firearm, and I like it. A big positive for me is the ease of break down, some might argue, but I think pressing in a button and twisting a dial until the barrel comes off is pretty damn easy, then releasing the slide and firing pin assembly is no problem. I've fired a couple different loads in it, the CCI mini mag and the Federal Champion, all without a miss fire, unlike the Ruger SR22. A buddy of mine has the Ruger and I had 4 misfires in 20 rounds, pretty crazy....
One knock on the gun are the sights, mine seem twisted a little and just not quite the way they should be. The white paint on the rear sight, much like a Glock, is crooked, and the front sight seems to have a little bevel to the top, so it seems that everything is 'wonky' getting a sight picture. But, if you line everything up the way it should be, ignoring the paint and the bevel I mentioned, once calibrated, I found it a very accurate weapon.
Some might be put off by the dramatic angle of the grip, but for me it wasn't an issue, I have large hands and the grip fit perfectly in my hand and wasn't an uncomfortable position while aiming. Another odd thing that takes some getting used to is the placement of the mag release, it's on the right side of the trigger when firing right handed, meaning you release the mag with your trigger finger. The magazines drop right out so it's not a huge deal, but just different than what most people are used to, once you get used to it, it's a very fact magazine change. The safety lever does dig into your hand a bit when in safe mode, but, not a huge concern, I don't really walk around with the gun in my hand cocked and locked.
An interesting feature of the firearm is the weaver rail attached to the barrel of the weapon (not picatiny). If you choose to attach some sort of red dot or optical magnification sight I do not believe you will have any registration issues after you clean the gun, even though you remove the barrel to do so...interesting design. Another interesting fact with this weapon is that there is a carbine conversion kit available, to convert from a pistol to a compact .22LR carbine. I have not personally tried it, but looks like it might be too compact for my large frame, but, in a pinch, it could be a good replacement for a .22LR rifle zombie killer. :-)
I've had a lot of fun and realiability with the firearm, if you're looking for a cheap, fun, accurate, and interesting weapon to shoot, look no further...I'd recommend it.