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A .22 handgun is good to have for practice and plinking. You can shoot those all day and not go broke on ammo. However, I think that there are several better alternatives than the P22 unfortunately. Walther dropped the ball on that one IMHO.
 

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I don't have any personal experience with the .22 revolvers (going to have to fix that
). The Ruger Mark II, and Browning Buckmark are both high on my list. Sig Trailside and S&W Model 41 are very nice but pricey. I haven't had the chance to get my hands around the S&W 22.

I have the Ruger Competition model, and aside from being a bit heavy, it's lots of fun to shoot.
 
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