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Old 01-10-2013, 4:00 PM
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Just put my M&P 22 in Jail from shop in San Jose!

Already ordered the Dawson Precision Sights (I knew I would not care for the stock ones)

Can't Wait... wish some of the online places had the $25 Magazines in stock... 44Mag.Com had some but wanted $40/ea still.

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Got my dawson sights on, went to the range and it shot great! Fed it CCI minimags, fired 100%. Can't wait to try out other .22LR ammo.
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What size front and rear sight did you get? Those Dawson sights look great.

Let us know if you find any other ammo that feeds as reliably as the CCI mini-mags.

I've tried Federal and Winchester and mine didn't like either. The one I used in Michigan ate Remington Golden Bullets just fine, but I've heard other people have trouble with them.
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What size front and rear sight did you get? Those Dawson sights look great.
These are the rears here. In the description, they say to "Match with .160 Tall Front #018228" which are these sights here.

Front sight went on pretty nicely. Rear sight had to be filed to get in. Took me about 45 mins, was my very first time attempting to install sights. All I had were the provided sight pushers and a little hammer.

I have some Federal Auto Match .22LR that I am going to try out.

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These are the rears here. In the description, they say to "Match with .160 Tall Front #018228" which are these sights here.

Front sight went on pretty nicely. Rear sight had to be filed to get in. Took me about 45 mins, was my very first time attempting to install sights. All I had were the provided sight pushers and a little hammer.

I have some Federal Auto Match .22LR that I am going to try out.
You still had to file the M&P22 Specific Rear Sight? I figured it would have been made to go on directly... Guess not!
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You still had to file the M&P22 Specific Rear Sight? I figured it would have been made to go on directly... Guess not!
Thats correct. I still had to file the dovetail slightly on the DP Fiber Optic rear sight. Keep in mind that the M&P22 slide is made of aluminum, so it is softer than the sights. If you force the sights into place, you will damage your slide. This is also mentioned in the included installation instructions.
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Thats correct. I still had to file the dovetail slightly on the DP Fiber Optic rear sight. Keep in mind that the M&P22 slide is made of aluminum, so it is softer than the sights. If you force the sights into place, you will damage your slide. This is also mentioned in the included installation instructions.
Thanks for the info... I suspect my DP sight will arrive sometime between now and when I go pick up my M&P 22 in 10 days!
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Just put one in jail last Saturday. Looks like I could win the lottery easier, than find any extra mags these days, ugh!

Got it at Turners in San Diego if anyone is looking.

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Picked mine up from Turners today. So many people there, you'd think they were giving something away for free. The pistol feels nice in my hands and hopefully will have time to shoot it this weekend.

Anyone willing to sell any mags for these? (Never hruts to ask, right?)

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I ordered mags from the S&W web store on 12/23. Still waiting...

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Picked up my first today... I got the Smith and Wesson M&P 22 (CA)... I also have ordered an M&P 9mm (which are out of stock everyone in the area and online, just waiting for S&W to ramp up production), which is basically the same size, shape, etc, so I figured the .22lr would be a good "trainer" with much cheaper rounds for practice!

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This gun is awesome. Shoot around 750 rounds and only 5 issues. Mostly bullet issues. I love it.
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This is probably one of the best .22LRs on the market right now... I've shot most .22LR pistols. The only problem I had was that I was getting some FTF/FTE with Winchester Super X ammo and Federal's American Eagle, I believe. Remington, Federal bulk, and CCI didn't give me any problems whatsoever for the most part.

Awesome gun, otherwise. Going to change out the front sight to a Dawson Precision fiber optic since I'm perfectly fine with the black rear sight. Was going to go with a set of TruGlo TFO's but, didn't seem practical.

If you guys are interested, here are a few links I've saved for myself previously:

http://www.dawsonprecision.com/Produ...2BE-1321897421

http://www.dawsonprecision.com/Produ...5C6-1341856480

http://www.opticsplanet.com/truglo-t...p-tg231mp.html
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Just DROSed mine today. 10 day wait starts now.
Looking to buy extra mags. By the way, anyone tried that ultimate loader with this mag?
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Is the M&P 22 a good choice if I want to learn how to shoot striker fired weapons? How similar is the .22lr version to its center fire brothers in terms of the trigger?
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Is the M&P 22 a good choice if I want to learn how to shoot striker fired weapons? How similar is the .22lr version to its center fire brothers in terms of the trigger?
Firearm fundamentals are firearm fundamentals. You're missing the recoil and big bang which does affect some people (I know it affects me) but it's a good choice as a first firearm if you're just learning to shoot.

If you want a pistol that doubles as something to learn to shoot and is a home defense weapon, not so much.

best thing is to try a .22 rental and higher caliber (kind of hard since ammo is at a premium even at gun shops) and see what you like. If you're okay learning on a higher caliber and want to eventually have one for home defense, get something bigger.

If you just want it to learn to shoot, get the .22 and be happy.
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Firearm fundamentals are firearm fundamentals. You're missing the recoil and big bang which does affect some people (I know it affects me) but it's a good choice as a first firearm if you're just learning to shoot.

If you want a pistol that doubles as something to learn to shoot and is a home defense weapon, not so much.

best thing is to try a .22 rental and higher caliber (kind of hard since ammo is at a premium even at gun shops) and see what you like. If you're okay learning on a higher caliber and want to eventually have one for home defense, get something bigger.

If you just want it to learn to shoot, get the .22 and be happy.
Actually I specifically want to learn how to shoot striker fired pistols. I can shoot single action hammer fired weapons pretty well. I do much better with my 1911 and my CZ but when I shoot a XD or a Glock I pretty much stink up the range.
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Try goldenstatetactical.com for m&p 22 mags. I don't think they list them on their website though. Try emailing or calling them. I bought 2 from them.
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Is the M&P 22 a good choice if I want to learn how to shoot striker fired weapons? How similar is the .22lr version to its center fire brothers in terms of the trigger?
the M&P22 is technically a hammered fired gun.
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Just got back from my first Range time with my new M&P22 (picked up last Monday from jail). Shot about 200 rounds, first 50 were CCI Minimag's and rest Federal Bulk. I had 2 "dud's" (FTF) toward the end, but otherwise no other real issues.

Two things I noted, I am a lefty, have moved the mag release to the right hand side (opposite from stock), but when I use the slide lock on that same side (the right side), it only sometimes fully engages the lock and I had to use the left side one from time to time. Kind of awkward when holding the pistol in my left hand.

Secondly, the stock sights are not awesome, at least for me. Everything I shot was way high (and I didn't bring any tools to adjust the rear sight height, so something else I need to add to my range bag). I'd be embarrassed to show the pic I took of my Target at the end of my session, but needless to say, most of the holes were above the midpoint (and all over the place since I'm a real newbie shooter). I have a set of Dawson Precision sights on my workbench, but wanted to see if the stock sights were as bad and I thought they might be!

Overall, I'm happy with the gun, the blips are nothing that I can't work through with the Slide Lock and a sight adjustmement and change.

One other thing that I hadn't realized (I've only shot anything a couple times before) is that I'm a lefty with a dominant right eye. Not a huge issue with pistols and I don't plan on shooting rifles any time soon, so just was kind of unexpected.
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Put my Dawson Precision Sights on this afternoon...not sure how to photo these things correctly, but I like them... hope to go test them out and zero them a little bit this weekend maybe.

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local range only has Blazer rounds and my M&P didn't like to eject it on the first round for whatever reason.

had CCI minimag on hand, but since i can't seem to buy them anywhere for the past two weeks locally i didn't want to go through them.

loaded up 9 blazer rounds and top'd it off with a single CCI. seemed to trick the gun into firing through the Blazer stuff away without issue.

I haven't shot a full mag of Blazer just yet, but I thought it was worth sharing for those that might have similar instance.
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I had FTF with both Federal Auto match and Federal Bulk stuff from Walmart. I feed mine a steady diet of CCI minimag and no problems.
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Took mine out this past Monday. I fired at least 50 rounds of: Remington thunderbolt and golden bullets, 50 of American Eagle. Not one FTF or fte. Sights were close to being right on, was shooting a little high, but they were close like I said. Accuracy was quite good with all 3 types of ammo.

If you're thinking about buying one, I say do it. You'll be happy with it only downer is that it only comes with one mag.

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Anyone know where I can find mags for it? Not even S&W site has them.
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Looking to get an M&P22CA any stores in the bay area still have them?
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Bay Area Gun Vault in Mountain View had one on display a few days ago, and Sportsmen's Supply in Campbell also had one in their case as recently as this afternoon.
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Just busted mine out of jail today. I love the way M&P's feel in my hand. I'm going to try and put some rounds through it this weekend. My only gripe is this thing was LOADED with grease! Especially in the take down lever part. I couldn't believe it. When I pulled out the guide rod, there was a big glop of it that came out with it. I tried to get as much as I could out but there's still tons left. Was all that really necessary?!?

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I've seen mags on Ebay: Here's a link for two mags....just passing this along....

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=360588096122
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2 mags for $100 plus shipping. I think I'll pass and wait for a better deal
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2 mags for $100 plus shipping. I think I'll pass and wait for a better deal
In this current climate, that is a decent deal. I paid $35 per mag pre panic. Ive seen mags go for $100 each!!
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In this climate sure. But I'm willing to wait till the madness dies down. I can live with one mag for now and spend the money on overpriced ammo lol
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Took my M&P to the range, fed it cci blazer, ran perfect, then fed it federal bulk, ran perfect as well. Out of 300 rds I firedm only 1 failed to fire, not sure if it was the gun or the ammo.
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Mine prefers CCI Blazers and Mini Mags. It liked Federal Automatch in the beginning, but then started having FTFs (one per mag or so). Seems like the CCI stuff runs a bit hotter even though both are 40 grain. The more pronounced recoil is what is needed to send the slide back to pick up the next round. I've cleaned it except for the stuff in the guide rod area...maybe cleaning that might do the trick and make it less picky??
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I know it may sound crazy, but I swear to god federal bulk 36gr feels hotter in hand compared to 40gr cci blazer. I know I know it doesn't make sense, but the felt recoil of federal bulk is quite sharp vs cci blazer a little dull.
Kinda difficult to describe.
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You guys should try CCI Stingers... those are my favorite... cost a little more, but you'll see what I mean when you shoot it.
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Will have to try the federal bulk 36gr. So they're hollow points and you had no issues?
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yup, the red federal bulk from walmart. 36gr,hp, copper washed. I was so glad because due to cost and performance, federal bulk is the only ammo I stock.

I bought a few boxes of cci blazer just because people say it requires hotter ammo to break in first. After 20 rds of cci, I put in 10 rd federal expecting to have some jams. Didn't jam. then another 10, another 10, up till the end of the night, I shot about 300rds federal bulk, only 1 FTF.
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Cool - good to know. Thanks!
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I have some cci blazer, cci standard velocity and Winchester hollow point 555 bulk box ammo. I'm going to try a few mags of each to see which one it likes the most
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