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Citadel PCP191122GOV 1911-22 Full Size 10+1 22LR 5" Reviews

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86 Reviews. Average Rating:    4 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
57% (49 of 86)
4 stars:
19% (16 of 86)
3 stars:
6% (5 of 86)
2 stars:
5% (5 of 86)
1 star:
12% (11 of 86)
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by Stan V Sunday 08 April, 2012
Very nice gun for $199.I have had it for a while and the ratings across the board are pretty spot on. My gun feels great and looks great. I too prefer matal clipe but for 199 it is better to have plastic that works rather than metal that doesnt. The jamming issue was qiickly solved with a 525 round box of 36 gr hp and 2 days of ugly words. Thae Puma after being broken it and sighted properly will shoot 2 inch groups at 20 tards with 0 misfires now. BREAK IT IN, Also mine will now use any lr ammo I choose ==I prefer Federal.Again break it in ==give it a cleaning ===file tha site and have fun. Stan V.$ stars becausE when the site is filed you can re-do the finish or get a little sandpaper and give it that used a while look.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by wayne b Saturday 07 April, 2012
Recieved on time, removed gun from packing and found it to be visually defective. Looking into what my options are now, won't be shooting this weekend.

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by Brady H Wednesday 28 March, 2012
I was looking for a .22 that was cheap and i could use when i checked my traps/went hiking/bum around the woods. I Just received the Puma 1911-22 and it is a great little gun! Perfect for what i am using it for. I checked it over carefully and shot 100 rounds through it the same day i picked it up. I had a few issues my first time out with stove pipes, but I was using a cheap ammo that was not HV. After giving it a thorough cleaning and upgrading to a HV bullet I have had no problems. (i use Winchester wildcat 22 HV.... still cheap and work great!!!) Im a few hundred rounds through now and can not complain.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Tom M Sunday 25 March, 2012
This is a cheap gun. Don't expect a $600+ gun for $200. Like many others, I have found it has a lot of failures to feed with cheap ammo. Most cheap bulk ammo is soft on the tip, and causes too much friction. With the cheap stuff, it jams about two times per magazine. I just happened to have some CCI AR Tactical ammo with me yesterday when I was at the range, and decided to try it. With its shape and harder bullet, it fed excellently. In about 200 rounds, I had one stovepipe. Other than that, not a single problem. With the right ammo, the gun works very well. This ammo costs about $.07 a round at Cabela's. I'm sure you can get it cheaper elsewhere. I also bought a Ruger SR22 at the same time. Man, that gun is awesome. If you're looking for a cheap .22 pistol to play with. take a look at the Ruger.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by herb c Friday 16 March, 2012
This is a very low quality pistol, and you MUST READ the instructions prior to taking apart for cleaning. Strongly recommend you spend a few additional dollars for a better quality pistol. The trigger action is extremely sloppy and is about 10 to 12 lbs. This gun can NOT be dry fired as this can break the gun. The barrel material is soft with an inserted and pinned steel barrel insert. The hammer action is provided by a simple coiled spring? The sights are attached to slide which is very lose on the frame, was not happy with the accuracy of this gun. I do understand that it is a $200 gun but I don't think its worth $50 bucks. Do you self a favor and pass on this one its NOT A DEAL.

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by stephen t Saturday 03 March, 2012
This gun is just what you think it will be, cheap and rough around the edges. With that said it is easy to tune it up and get it to a real good plinker / fun gun. How you get it there is with a little effort and a bit of common sense. The 5 easy steps: 1) when you get the gun look it over good make sure its all there, the manufacturing is iffy but Chippa will fix any real problem super fast 2) register your gun with Chippa 3) clean off any casting flash, polish the feed ramp and clean + lube her up 4) stop thinking you have the 1 in a 100 that any cheap bulk ammo will work in it just buy CCI 36-40grn round nose HV 5) go to the range and pour the ammo through her and enjoy my first time with the puma: I picked it at the FFL and looked it over close; I saw a bit of rough casting marks so I ripped it apart and cleaned off all the flash and lubed her before the first time I use it. I was able to dump 4 clips of CCI right off the bat with 0 failures of any sort. I then switched to Winchester Super X and I was getting FTE stove pipes and bad feeds,t hat was when I discovered the ejector was never installed at the factory (A few slaps to my head). For the heck of it I switched back to the CCI and was able to continue to shoot the other 60 rounds with no issues. I then contacted Chippa and they replaced the missing parts in about 3 days. I have since dumped over a 1K rounds and as many could not get any bulk to work more then 1-2 clips with out issue. **Please learn from me and the all the others: read all the reviews and then follow all 5 of my steps and you will be satisfied with the gun. Everyone complaining about ammo is not using CCI round nose HV ammo. Enjoy, Stephen

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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