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ISSC ISSC111006 M22 Desert 10+1 22LR 4" Reviews

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90 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.3 of 5 Stars!
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by Chris T Wednesday 26 January, 2011
Buds Service was exceptional as usual. My only issue is that this is my second M22 and ISSC has apparently changed a few things cosmetically speaking. First, the trigger guard is no longer squared (like the glock) as pictured. The trigger guard is now rounded and does not accommodate a finger as easily. This decreases the "glock 19" feel. Additionally decreasing the ISSC's prior similarities to the Glock, ISSC also removed ALL grip from the back side of the handle. My firstISSC M22 mimicked the glock pattern and style. Lastly, The serrations are no longer similar to the glock serrations. This newest ISSC has a different style which does not resemble its "Glock Clone" predecessor. My previous ISSC M22 felt just like the Glock and its obvious that maybe it felt a little too much like a model 19. Lastly, my first ISSC came w/ 4 interchangeable sights. I have preferred the #0, however, this newest ISSC M22 only came w/ #2 and it is too tall. Only fires CCI Blazer and CCI Mini Mags as others have noticed but that isnt a big deal for me as CCI Blazer costs me about 3-4 cents per round.All around great gun and great for plinking and practice, however, I wish the ISSC M111000 M22 was not changed from how it was previously manufactured because all the items listed above really take away much of the Glock feel that the pistol is advertised to have.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Mark P Wednesday 26 January, 2011
Second purchase through Buds, and not my last! Very pleased with my decision to purchase this M22. Yes, it is particular as to which ammo it likes, but my experience is that all 22 autos are, especially right out of the box. My 22A was too, but is getting much less so over time/rounds. I am anticipating the same with the M22 as well. Even so, the recommended ammo (CCI 40gr mini-mags or Blazer 40gr), while more expensive than the cheapest bulk 22LR, is still MUCH cheaper than any centerfire I'm aware of (with the possible exception of reloads). Takedown/cleaning couldn't be simpler. Thanks for another EXCELLENT purchase experience, Buds!

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Janusz L Monday 24 January, 2011
My experience with the pistol has been negative so far. At the range, the pistol kept on jamming, double feeding, and not ejecting, I was using high velocity ammo recommended in the owner’s manual. I was advised by the company to use Blazer and Mini-mags 40 grain ammo and experienced much fewer problems. I glued the front sight because it kept on falling off. Last Friday, at the range, the firing pin broke. I submitted a request for service to the company. My experience with Buds has been positive.

Rating:     1 of 5 Stars!
by Richard G Monday 17 January, 2011
Update to previous review. Have now run around 1000 rounds through it. CCIs are the only thing I now trust to put in it and expect to function properly. CCI HP, solids, and stingers all work great, although the CCI solids (0030) definitely are the most attractive in terms of consistency vs. price. Federal bulk, Winchester XX, Remington Golden Bullet, Wildcat 22's... none function consistency/properly. Winchester fires, but case stays stuck in barrel and I have to pry out with my pocket knife. Accuracy with CCI is still great (previously superglued sight stayed on with 500 rounds through today, so happy about that...). And action is still fun with comfort level very nice. However, now revising my previous rating from 4 to a 3 because of my real disapointment with its picky-ness of ammo. In summary (and in my opinion only), If you have to buy only one .22 semi-pistol, I would spend the extra $50 and pick up an American-made Browning Buckmark or Ruger Mark III instead, much better quality, feel, and they eat everything I've ever fed them. Hope this helps in your decision and good luck!

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
by Gregg l Saturday 15 January, 2011
I am adding to my preveous review. I was having trouble the last couple times out with this gun but I sanded down a small burr that was on the lip of the extractor groove on the barrel and now zero failures. I am not sure if the burr will come back but I was able to shoot with zero failures today. I even used american eagle 38gr. high velocity HP with zero failures. They are about half the price of the CCI mini mag. If this gun keeps performing it will pay for itself in saved centerfire ammo in no time at all. Thanks buds for such great deals.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Gregg l Wednesday 12 January, 2011
After several trips to the range it worked great at first but, now having problems with failures to eject. I only use CCI mini mag 40 gr. round nose and clean the gun after about 150 rounds but that is not helping. The fired casings are not pulled from the chamber. Looks like a weak extractor but I do not have much experience with rimfire pistols. I should have used the money to buy more centerfire ammo instead. Buds is great! Super fast shipping. The gun was delivered the second day after ordering and you can't beat their prices.

Rating:     3 of 5 Stars!
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