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Phoenix Arms HP22 .22LR Black Finish, Black Grips [HP22ABB]
by Miles L
Date Added: Tuesday 06 November, 2012
Not bad for the price. The trigger is way smoother than my S&W Sigma, a lot more accurate too. Cheap metal and finish, the rear sight isn't very sturdy I can wiggle it around a bit. Safeties are a little rediculous but it only took me about 3 minutes to fix that after watching a youtube video. 100 rounds no problems but, do not shoot high velocity ammo out of these they are rated for a velocity of 1050-1150 (standard velocity) so you can't buy bulk ammo. The ammo i have found that meets the requirements is remington target and subsonic, winchester target and subsonic, and several diferent types of eley (look on thier site to find out which ones). This makes it slightly more to shoot but still only a third of the cost of shooting a 9mm. I have seen many youtube videos where they have wore out and broke but they were using high velocity ammo. Light recoil, feels good in hand despite not being able to acomadate my pinkey.