What's everyone think about that P22? I am thinking about getting one.
x2 It will cost you the same as a whole pistol, and it is the closest thing to practicing you can get.You could get a .22 conversion kit for your glock.
We use CCI mini mags. That's what is recommended, but what works, is what you buy. The LGS sell factory seconds and they work great! The best thing is that they are half the cost of Walmart sells!!We have a blue frame with silver slide. We have occasional stovepipes but have found the shiny brass Remington .22 seems to work best for us.
I've been hearing a lot of feedback on the difficulty of field stripping the p22, but I don't find it that difficult! I mean it's not as easy as a Glock and takes a little more time, but no big deal. JMO.Very finicky as far as ammo goes and a pita to take down. I recommend the Ruger , sig , or S&W 22a instead.