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Phoenix Arms HP22 .22LR Black Finish, Black Grips

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Model: HP22ABB
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 411549213
 
UPC: 753733102335
 
MFG: Phoenix Arms

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bout RA22ABB Phoenix HP-22A Pistol Auto 22LR 10RD Black

Manufacturer Phoenix
Model HP22A
Action Semi-automatic
Size Compact
Caliber 22LR
Barrel Length 3"
Frame/Material Alloy
Finish/Color Black
Grips/Stock Plastic
Capacity 10Rd
Includes 1 Mag
Manufacturer Wt. 20 oz.
Sights Adjustable Sights
UPC Code: 753733102335

 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Matte Silver
Type Rifle
Action Striker Fire Action
Caliber 5.56x45mm NATO
Barrel Length 2.12"
Capacity
Grips Hogue Hardwood
Sights Night Sights
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Tan
Type Pistol Frame
Action Safe Action
Caliber Not Listed
Barrel Length 6.88"
Capacity 7/8/9 1
Grips Checkered Wood Grips
Sights Drift Adjustable
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Gray
Type Single Shot
Action Lever
Caliber 340 pd/ 357 mag
Barrel Length 5 1/2"
Capacity 11 1/16 1 (Grip Extension)
Grips Not Listed
Sights Open Rifle
Weight 20 oz
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Not Listed
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 3"
Capacity 10 + 1
Grips Black
Sights Adjustable
Weight 20 oz

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106 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.6 of 5 Stars! [4.6 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Lisa M on 09/15/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
The little Phoenix Arms HP-22A is a GREAT choice for those who don't want to spend a fortune, yet want a compact, concealable, easy-to-handle self-defense pistol!
The gun is built from unidentified metals for the bulk of frame and slide, yet, Phoenix Arms was smart enough to add STEEL where steel is needed such as the breech face and firing pin retaining plate, as well as other locations.
The little pistol chambers perfectly, and shoots anything I put through it without a hitch!

I bought this little pistol because I wanted something to defend myself that didn't require making the commitment to become a Navy Seal in order to operate it! The HP-22A does exactly what I need...it shoots with utter reliability. I may buy a second one!

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Reviewed By: Randy R on 09/07/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
The Phoenix Arms HP-22 is an interesting example of how to build an inexpensive, yet reliable pocket pistol! All hyperbole aside, the HP-22 provides exactly the same amount of defensive fire power as any other 10 shot, compact .22 pistol for a LOT less outlay of cash. For people who aren\'t \"into\" guns and only want something inexpensive and easy to shoot that will spend more time in a drawer, or closet, or in a pocket or purse, than it will banging away at a range, pistols such as the HP-22 make sense.
What is interesting is that the HP-22 has demonstrated itself to be as reliable as any of my other, much more expensive .22LR pistols, and even one of my VERY expensive compact .380 ACP pistols! From day one the pistol dry cycled perfectly, and during range time, has thus far cycled perfectly for several hundred shots. Two-hundred shots without a single failure going either way is 100% reliability! I\'ve actually read comments where people have stated the little HP-22 functioned flawlessly, then stated, \"but I would never carry one because of it\'s \"cheap\" acquisition cost. This unfortunately is a sad commentary on a society that equates cost with functionality, despite holding in their own hand a low-cost pistol that functions every bit as well as those costing 3x more.

Anyway, with that said, the little HP-22 IS a nice, \"cheap\" gun....but also a 100% reliable gun to this point, and certainly worthy of consideration by anyone, and especially those who can\'t afford, or simply don\'t WANT to blow a thousand dollars on becoming a post-modern pistolero. The finish is basically black, matte, with thin polymer grips, and it fits nicely into the hand. Because it\'s built to a price point it\'s heavier than other compact pistols for this caliber, but still completely concealable for those who want that option.

About the only negative I would say about this pistol is the convoluted, \"California inspired\" safety system that won\'t allow the mag to be removed when the safety is on \"fire,\" and the independent firing pin block safety. This makes initial handling of the gun awkward and counter-intuitive, but it\'s EASILY corrected! All it takes is to remove the left side plate, lift out the thumb safety, and with a rotary tool, quickly shave away the portion that slides down behind the magazine release button. Now the pistol can be reloaded without having to put the safety on, then off. One interesting feature that remains is that if the magazine is removed and the thumb safety placed on \"fire\", it cannot be snicked off until the magazine is reinserted - your basic magazine interlock safety for those who care. The thumb safety that is modified costs $4.50 direct from Phoenix Arms so one can purchase a spare to insert just in case the pistol ever need warranty work.

Disassembly is a bit convoluted at first, but once understood, actually simpler and easier than other designs. The little slide tab located under the....\"big slide?\" is pushed forward, and the barrel rotated upward from the front...magazine IN the piece. Cocking the hammer as this is done will allow the barrel to rotate completely disengaging from a locking pin inside the frame. The recoil spring will pop up in front, and to slide, spring, and spring guide are stripped forward off the frame. The spring guide is an aluminum cylinder mounted to the slide release lever. RE-assembly is stranger, yet quite easy....drop the slide release back into its frame recess, place the slide on top just forward of the rear slide \"lugs\" insert the recoil spring onto the aluminum guide, then carefully insert the front edge behind the inside crossbar at the front of the slide. THEN, place the magazine body into the slot where the barrel goes, and pressing down, ride the whole thing back and snap the thumb safety UP to lock the slide back. Let the magazine come free, and you will see the recoil spring nicely compressed between slide crossbar and frame. Now insert the barrel lug into the frame, hooking the slot in the lug onto the frame pin, then press down...it will feel like it won\'t go, then snap into place. Pull back on the slide to release the thumb safety and the slide will go forward....reassembled! The instruction booklet that came with it is actually VERY clear on how to accomplish this procedure.

Even though such pistols tend to get more shelf time than range time, one that shoots as reliably the HP-22, and with such low recoil, does then to encourage one to shoot it when the opportunity permits, but for those concerned about buying a gun they can rely one out of the box without 1,000 \"break-in\" or sending off to one\'s personal gunsmith, the HP-22 is a worthy \"people\'s pistol\" because many \"non-gun people\" will never fire one until or unless that moment self defense becomes necessary, and based on my personal experience with this gun, it won\'t disappoint.

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Reviewed By: RICHARD E on 08/24/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great Buds Guns is the best

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Reviewed By: Harold S on 07/08/2016 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I bought this gun because of the low price, and pretty good reviews. It requires Standard Velocity .22lr ammo, which is pretty hard to find. I modified the magazines, so the slide stays in the rear position after the last round is fired. This gun is pretty accurate, and fun to shoot. Finding the correct ammo at reasonable prices is the hard part.

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Reviewed By: Joshua Q on 06/22/2016 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Everything you would expect from a $130 firearm. Like previous reviews it definitely needs a good breaking in. But nonetheless an excellent little firearm for the range. I was nervous with all the mag safety but it actually isn\'t as annoying as you would think. The one thing I Dont like Is that the slide can not be slid back with the mag ejected because it\'s part of the safety mag feature but all in all a nice .22 lr for cheap fun at the range and Buds was great to deal with.

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