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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by AlanR, Aug 7, 2009.
Does a semi-auto .22 RF exist that "somewhat" emulates the size, ergos & weight of a Kahr P9?
I can't think of much that would resemble the Kahr. I definitely don't know of every 22lr pistol out there either though. It's a little on the small side but I love my Walther P22. I have fired more rounds then I can count through it and it still works amazingly. Very little jams or misfires. Gotta love it!
Check out the Sig Mosquito. It needs CCI Mini-Mags for 100% reliability, but it's a small price to pay for a great shooting gun. The gun itself is $350 ( + - )
new. Try it, you won't be disappointed.
None that I can think of. I have a Mosquito and a Kahr MK9 and they are worlds apart in ergos, feel, trigger, safety's etc. I bought my Mosquito because it is a 90% replica of the P226, and like it. If you are just looking for a plinker, I'd go with a tried and true shooter like a Ruger Mark series or a Browning Buckmark.
Get a Beretta 87 Cheetah.
Very nice .22, but nothing like a P9.
Smith and Wesson 2206 with a 4.5" barrel.
a Glock 26 with a .22lr conversion
Or one of the Sig 226's .22lr conversion pistols.
Thanks for the input and suggestions.
I with the S&W 2206, also check out the 422 and 622. they make all three of them in 4 and 6" barrels. they are GREAT guns.