Posted by Mike T. (22.214.171.124) on November 01, 2008 at 23:53:15:
In Reply to: Inexpensive (?) standard pistol posted by Francisco on October 27, 2008 at 20:39:42:
What about the Walther SP22 in the M4 version? I'm not talking about the SSP nor the P22.
The M4 has adjustable target sights and an anatomical/orthopedic grip. There are weights that can be added. It is equipped with a two-stage trigger, an adjustable trigger stop, slack (take up) adjustment, and a force (trigger weight) adjustment on the trigger stop. (From specs on www.walther-sp22.com/)
More expensive than IZH35 but, at less than $900 Cdn, a lot less money than a Pardini SP. Now I've not shot one, but I have handled one and I think it might be a good choice for a (relatively) inexpensive target pistol suitable for ISSF Standard and Sport Pistol events.
Anybody actually have experience with shooting one?
: Dear all,
: My local (Lima, Peru) gun importer told me this morning that Baikal is not producing the IZH-35M any more. This is too bad for me since I was looking for an inexpensive but relatively good standard pistol. Do you know of another brand and model as good as Baikal in price/performance?
: Thanks in advance for your kind answer.
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