For TFB Weekly Web Deals 11 we’re checking out a couple of on-sale rimfire pistols from many of your favorite handgun manufacturers. It’s no secret here at TFB that I absolutely love rimfire guns, especially handguns. Although they may often be finicky little pieces of firearms hardware, I grew up shooting a lot of rimfire guns and I find that they’re not only an economical way to train over traditional centerfire handguns but also a lot of fun too! If you’re in the market for a new rimfire pistol to scratch your plinking itch, this is the place to start with these great deals featured from Palmetto State Armory.
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TFB Weekly Web Deals 11: On-Sale Rimfire Pistols
In 2008, Kel-Tec’s Chief Design Engineer, Tobias Obermeit had a vision to build a semi-auto .22WMR pistol that holds 30 rounds in a flush-fit magazine. Roughly based on an early, futuristic looking George Kellgren design, the PMR30 was released in 2010 with high praise and stands out as one of the most innovative handguns in the world today.
The KelTec PMR30 isn’t known as one of the most reliable .22 WMR pistols out there but it does have the distinction of being one of the few semi-auto .22 WMR pistols on the market today. Hopefully, there will be even more options and perhaps even an updated model from KelTec coming soon.
Born of the traditions of the Old West, the Rough Rider maintains much of the look and feel of the legendary Single Action Army revolver, only in a scaled down version. Chambered for the .22LR, the Rough Rider is manufactured using state-of-the-art precision machinery that assures its accuracy and reliability. The cylinder lock-up is tight and the perfect timing of the action makes for a handgun that will put its shots where you want ’em.
The Heritage Rough Rider is a series of very inexpensive and fun .22LR revolvers perfect for a fun day at the range popping cans off of a fence post. Super fun, highly recommended. If you’re not a fan of the American Flag grips, there are several other trims also available on sale on PSA.
The TaurusTX 22 is most advanced 22LR rimfire pistol on the market. Engineered to deliver best-in-class accuracy and reliability, this rimfire polymer sporting pistol shoots and feels every bit like a custom-tuned competition model-without any costly upgrades or modifications.
The TX-22 is currently one of the best performing semi-automatic rimfire pistols on the market that exceeds 10-rounds of standard capacity. Other great options within the TX22 lineup include the TX22 comp which is a competition-oriented model that uses a unique barrel-mounted optics plate also making it a great target pistol!
The lightweight and compact Ruger SR22 rimfire pistol is perfect for both new and experienced shooters. The SR22 is designed with a number of safety features, such as a thumb safety that doubles as a decocking lever and an inspection port allowing for visual confirmation of a loaded or empty chamber. Interchangeable grips allow the shooter to customize the shape of the SR22 to fit their hand. Comes with two ten round magazines.
The classic rimfire pistol has evolved! Walther’s new P22Q has kept the contemporary, tactical styling of the original P22. However the P22Q, now features a captured recoil spring and a decocker built into the safety. The P22Q comes with interchangeable backstraps so that every shooter is be able to find a comfortable grip. These additions to the new P22Q have enhanced the overall appeal of this accurate, easy-to-operate, fun to shoot .22 LR rimfire pistol. Regardless of if you are shooting for practice or defense, the Walther P22Q is the perfect pistol for shooters of all ages.
That’s all we’ve got for this week! Let us know if you decided to take advantage of any of these sales also let us know if you already own any of these little rimfire pistols and how you have been enjoying them. Thanks as always for checking out TFB’s Weekly Web Deals and we’ll see you all next week for another set of firearms and firearm accessory deals!
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