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Product Reviews Ratings Summary
225 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.6 of 5 Stars!
5 stars:
77% (173 of 225)
4 stars:
15% (33 of 225)
3 stars:
3% (6 of 225)
2 stars:
3% (7 of 225)
1 star:
2% (6 of 225)
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by James C Tuesday 28 November, 2017
This Phoenix Arms HP22A is fun to shoot. I just love it. It took a little while dealing with the two safeties, but it's truly no big deal. When cleaning, I suggest you place the .22 in a large baggie when breaking it down, so you will not lose the spring. It will fly away. This gun is worth every penny. Bud's also delivered it very fast to my Colorado gun shop.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Michael P Tuesday 21 November, 2017
Awesome pistol put over 200 rounds it ran flawlessly Buds has been perfect all the way around!!!!!!!!! Keep up the great work

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by adam s Thursday 16 November, 2017
Great little gun for popping a few rounds off around the house.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Toras W Sunday 12 November, 2017
for the price this little .22 pistol is incredible.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Roberto R Sunday 29 October, 2017
Great pistol for plinking

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Clark P Saturday 28 October, 2017
The Pros: This pistol feels good in the hand. It\'s heft gives the appearance of reasonable quality. It is half the price of other sub-compact .22 semi-autos I could find. Buds delivered quickly, as usual, and I bought the lifetime warranty, so I am confident that Bud\'s will resolve my problem with the pistol. The Cons: The Hammer broke apart on my first trip to the range after firing 150 rounds of bulk .22 ammo. There are many plastic internal parts. The recoil spring has no guide rod to speak of (just a 3/8\" stub that holds it on one end). This makes it tricky to re-assemble the pistol. You have to keep pressure on the spring with your finger while you press the barrel housing down into place.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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