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    Default New From Ruger

    Something else to spend money on...

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    Default Re: New From Ruger

    is this Walther P22 in different outfit?
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    Gotta say I am intrigued. Could be a nice handgun for my wife to bring to the range.

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    I have many Rugers....this thing looks ugly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mity2 View Post
    is this Walther P22 in different outfit?
    That's what I thought at first look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ar15jules View Post
    I have many Rugers....this thing looks ugly!
    Haha!

    I was going to say that "they missed a spot" in reference to all the hard angles and grooves that cover 90% of it's surface!


    I guess if it works well, the looks can be overlooked. Or you could shoot through a paper bag.
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    I like the looks of it. Something else to save pennies for.
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    I think it looks fugly, just like the Walther P22 it looks so similar to.
    My wife is a Ruger girl through and through, on just one look she wants one.

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    Might not be tacticool , but I'll stick with my good old , all steel Mk.I that I've had over 30yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    Might not be tacticool , but I'll stick with my good old , all steel Mk.I that I've had over 30yrs.

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    I guess the marketing ploy is for those who are too stupid to take down an MK series pistol. I say that in jest, and guess the real reason is that the MK series is NOT "tacticool" as stated above. I doubt we will see any of these new pistols on the line during an NRA Bullseye course of fire.
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