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Thanks for the info. I’ve already looked into the adapters. However, my PPK/S was manufactured sometime in the 70’s so it doesn’t have a threaded barrel from the factory.
 
I have two .22 pistols. A just purchased Beretta M9-22lr and an older Sterling Model 301.

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The Sterling actually isn't bad shooting for such a little gun. You can't trust the safety on it though so it stays in it's box. I've not shot the M9-22lr yet but I hope to soon.

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The model B was purchased new by my grandfather in 1942.
The Ruger by my father 1980 something? Haven’t found the recipe yet.

And now I need to go buy one to add to the collection. This way my son will have a pistol from his father, His grandfather and his great grandfather.
 
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I only have one, but when you have a good "one", that's all you need. Grandpa bought this new. I changed the grips, but have the originals.

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And this is a great old gun too. This was the very first new pistol I ever bought as a young adult while in the Army. Paid a whopping 66-bucks for it, and in the back of the owners manual was a parts list where you could order these great walnut grips, which I promptly did.:)
 
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My “New School” rimfire pistol. A Nygord imported Pardini.
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My “Old School” rimfire pistol. A Jim Clark Sr. Accurized Ruger owned by Jim’s only predecessor W.A. “Bill” Gooch. Gooch introduced Jim Clark Sr. to bullseye shooting and loaned him money to start his shop.
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