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Old 07-30-2007, 09:29 PM
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Does anyone know of any pistols that are 22lr and have large mags 20 or above? You could stuff a lot of 22 bullets into a mag that fits your hand and doesnt extend out of the gun.
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I dont know of a 22lr that holds more than 10 rounds. I own a walther, buckmark, and ruger and none have more than 10rounds. matter of fact i dont remember seeing over a 10 round at the gun shows either.
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sig sauer mosquito has like 15 or 16 round mags i think
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The original ruger mags held 12 I believe. You can modify the ten rounders to hold 12
http://alpharubicon.com/leo/ruger12shotpike.htm
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But this being my fav .22 of All Time

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I have a 1975 Ruger Mark I "old style" and it only holds 9. I found I can use mark II mags and get an extra.

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Find an old Calico .22 pistol. 50 or 100 rounds in a helical magazine on top of the gun.

http://www.williamsandsonarms.com/page3-calico.htm
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Man, I'm digging those! Nice!
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Dang, I completely forgot 'bout Calicos.

All I'm saying is if I ever get one of those drum fed full auto .22's
don't come lookin fer me.

I will be at the range in a state of bliss and working only ta feed
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But this being my fav .22 of All Time

YouTube - 22 cal machine gun


Well that was impressive! What exactly was that?
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ROTF. Well, ask and ye shall receive. I'd say that was a seriously high capacity .22

I've got a Taurus PT.22. It is my favorite pistol to take to the range, even if it does belong to my wife. And no, it doesn't hold anywhere near as many rounds as that full auto .22. LOL.
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For me as well, the only thing I can think of that is over 10 rounds in capacity would be the Calico, which holds 10 times that many...
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I dunno what it is-- saw one on Gunsamerica once and I lost the link.
Still love the thing and if I ever get rich........ LOL
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I think there is a LOT TO BE SAID ABOUT THE .22 RIM
It is a simple yet effective round in numbers.
We need a simple bolt open design where you can just feed a hopper all day long and it keeps eating them up.
Now that is back yard fun.
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You can convert a 1911A1, Beretta, Taurus, Glock or Browning Hi-Power with a Ciener 22 conversion kit and then have 22lr magazines with 12, 14 or 15 round capacities depending on which pistol you convert.
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Find an old Calico .22 pistol. 50 or 100 rounds in a helical magazine on top of the gun.

http://www.williamsandsonarms.com/page3-calico.htm
Good call Jerry, I forgot all about the Calico. I believe they made a 9mm in pistol and carbine as well.
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lol what for
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Does anyone know of any pistols that are 22lr and have large mags 20 or above? You could stuff a lot of 22 bullets into a mag that fits your hand and doesnt extend out of the gun.
I know it's an old thread but... The new Ruger target pistol is actually a 10/22 action with a short barrel in a pistol grip mini stock and takes 10/22 magazines including the aftermarket high capacity magazines.


http://www.ruger-firearms.com/Firear...=4901&return=Y
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calico makes on that hold 100 rounds... or they used to... im not even sure if calico even exists anymore after the clinton years
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