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Post by rebs on Fri Nov 25, 2016 4:00 pm

Is the S & W Victory 22 lr accurate enough for bullseye shooting or is it more of a plinking gun ? Can anyone say how it compares to a Rugar 22/45 or a Hi Standard Citation ?

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Post by Jon Eulette on Fri Nov 25, 2016 5:29 pm

Having just shot one I would say it's accurate enough. But it definately needs trigger job. It's not a forgiving pistol to shoot if your hands are medium or larger. Border line too light to get a good settle out of it.
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Post by Slartybartfast on Mon Nov 28, 2016 7:55 am

I'm certainly hoping it's good enough.
Love my pistol so far. Managed to break the takedown screw free so my initial worries are assuaged. And initially the pistol would not eject Federal Premium Target ammo. Several magazines of CCI Minimag, and now Sellier & Bellot SV feeds and ejects fine.
Going to try the Federal Premium Target ammo again next time I'm at the range.
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Post by PaPow on Sat Dec 17, 2016 11:50 am

rebs wrote:Is the S & W Victory 22 lr accurate enough for bullseye shooting or is it more of a plinking gun ? Can anyone say how it compares to a Rugar 22/45 or a Hi Standard Citation ?
Its PLENTY accurate enough... it`ll even get better after a few 100 rounds thru it.

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