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Beretta JU2S60B U22 Neos 10+1 22LR 6" Reviews

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43 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.7 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.7 of 5 Stars!]
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by Louis H Monday 19 December, 2011
I have purchased the Ruger Mark III and this wonderful Beretta. I enjoy this 22 pistol much more than the Ruger for several reasons. One, it is easy to break down and clean. Two, it is just as accurate, if not more than the Ruger. Three, the pistol is wonderful to hold and fun to shoot. Fun meter being one to ten, this is a ten! Buds came through as always!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Hugo O Friday 09 December, 2011
This gun is tons of fun, very reliable (no malfunctions of any sort after 525 rounds) and easy to use and dissasamble. I mounted a red dot sight on it and its extremely accurate. The stock sights are ok and can make them better by painting the front sight. I might have to order another one as my daughter quickly claimed ownership of this one! If you are looking for a reliable 22lr for target practice and plinking, this is the gun for you!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Don L Sunday 30 October, 2011
I actually ordered a pair of these, one for me and the other for my son, so we could go out plinking together without it costing a fortune in ammunition. We haven't shot his yet, the 4.5" version, but I spent a few hours today at the range with mine and was absolutely thrilled with nearly everything about this handgun. I really like the magazines. They are so easy to load. The simple addition of the thumb slide the relieve the spring tension makes popping ten rounds into the magazine almost effortless. You can't just 'slap' the magazine in like I do on my Glock, which presented a minor feeding problem the very first time I tried to shoot it, but once you realize you have to make a little extra effort to seat the magazine it is reliable from there on out. I am typically the type that will use my thumb to release the slide when it is locked back, feeding the first round in the new magazine and then get back to shooting. For whatever reason that didn't seem to work too well on this handgun. If I would just pull the slide back and release it everything worked well. Being under no illusion this weapon was going to make or break me in a life or death struggle I didn't view this as a significant issue. I had taken a couple of rifles, my trusty Glock, and this Neos to the range, thinking I would shoot everything by the time I left, but I found I was having so much fun with the Neos that when I looked at the time and realized how long I had been there I ultimately went home having not really spending any time with the other firearms I had intended to also shoot. I went through a box of 500 rounds of just standard 22LR, and no sore fingers from jamming rounds into the little magazine. It was just a pleasant experience all around. I did most of the shooting in a part of our gun range that is set up for the cowboy action shooting. Lots of sillouette targets at various ranges and elevations, as well as a 50 yd bell tower dinger, and some 100 yd sillouettes way up on the mountain. There wasn't anything I couldn't consistently hit with this thing, and that was just with the open sights. One interesting thing is how well it ejects spent cartridges. They don't just come out. They fly WAY out and off to the right. You don't end up with a pile of brass anywhere near you. The brass has some serious energy behind them when they are ejected, and they fly a ways away from the shooter. I liked that, but if you had someone standing to the right they might not appreciate the brass shower. I have friends who swear by their Ruger Mark handguns, and I have shot them and they are very nice. But, this little number from Beretta is much cheaper and just for plinking around I can't imagine why anyone who want to spend the extra money for the Ruger.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Will E Sunday 04 September, 2011
I selected this gun for the low price point for a plinker, the fact that it should take just about any bulk ammo, and for it's relative accuracy. After putting about 300 rounds of several different types of ammo through it, the only criteria that was met was the low price point. It probably averaged between 1-4 FTF on each clip of 10. Surprisingly, the ammo I had the best luck with was Federal Bulk HPs and even went through a few mags w/ no FTFs. At 15 yrds it shot tight groups... moving out to 25yrds it was all over the place. I haven't adjusted the sights yet, so it could be a combination of that or just my inexperience with it. A couple other things worth mentioning regarding the "comfort" of handling the U22: - I have relatively large hands and the receiver is barely long enough to be comfortable - The 6" barrel is on the heavy side; this isn't necessarily bad - just worth mentioning - The safety (when engaged) digs into my hand when gripping the pistol (obviously this isn't an issue when firing) - The slide is somewhat difficult to grip (can't pull from the top) - Disassembly isn't difficult, but I wouldn't consider it simple either (the barrel thumb screw is somewhat awkward to turn) After cleaning & lubing it I'm hoping to have better success with it next time around.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">3 of 5 Stars!</span> [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Kyle C Saturday 20 August, 2011
I'm very happy with this purchase! Cheep to load and fun to shoot. Over 500 rounds (CCI) with zero problems.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Madison B Monday 13 June, 2011
Great gun; have been to range 2x; it's easy to handle and the source of a "barrel" of fun

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
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