• PMR 30

    From JIMMY ANDERSON@VERT/OTHETA to CHRIS on Mon Sep 13 14:42:00 2021
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    By: Moondog to Gamgee on Sun Sep 12 2021 10:52 am

    I am about to purchase a keltec pmr30 for the woodchucks hahahah. Ya i remeber someone telling me good things about the dillon machines, I
    think it will be one I'll look into. I only have a small area to do it
    in due to my other hobbies hahahah.

    Would like to know what you think about the PMR... I have wanted a .22 mag
    auto loading pistol for a while. I was THIS close to picking one up when
    I learned a guy I go to church with has one. It's not for sale, but he
    let me shoot it.

    I enjoyed it a lot, and it 'ran good' - no problems for a little less than
    100 rounds, but I decided it wasn't worth $400 to me to go out and buy
    one. But if I can ever pick one up for half that or less maybe...







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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to JIMMY ANDERSON on Mon Sep 13 20:30:00 2021
    JIMMY ANDERSON wrote to CHRIS <=-

    I am about to purchase a keltec pmr30 for the woodchucks hahahah. Ya i remeber someone telling me good things about the dillon machines, I
    think it will be one I'll look into. I only have a small area to do it
    in due to my other hobbies hahahah.

    Would like to know what you think about the PMR... I have wanted
    a .22 mag auto loading pistol for a while. I was THIS close to
    picking one up when I learned a guy I go to church with has one.
    It's not for sale, but he let me shoot it.

    I have one and I LOVE it. The 22WMR has more pop than most people
    think. Not good for much more than small varmints, and certainly not
    what you'd want for self-defense, but it's fun to play with at the range
    or out in the woods. Having 30 rounds in a lightweight pistol is pretty
    cool. Has great fiber optic sights and is very accurate. Have never
    had a single malfunction with it.

    I enjoyed it a lot, and it 'ran good' - no problems for a little
    less than 100 rounds, but I decided it wasn't worth $400 to me to
    go out and buy one. But if I can ever pick one up for half that
    or less maybe...

    I think it's worth what it costs.



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  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@VERT/OTHETA to GAMGEE on Mon Sep 20 22:30:00 2021
    GAMGEE wrote to JIMMY ANDERSON <=-

    I am about to purchase a keltec pmr30 for the woodchucks hahahah. Ya i remeber someone telling me good things about the dillon machines, I
    think it will be one I'll look into. I only have a small area to do it
    in due to my other hobbies hahahah.

    Would like to know what you think about the PMR... I have wanted
    a .22 mag auto loading pistol for a while. I was THIS close to
    picking one up when I learned a guy I go to church with has one.
    It's not for sale, but he let me shoot it.

    I have one and I LOVE it. The 22WMR has more pop than most people
    think. Not good for much more than small varmints, and certainly not

    Yeah, I own revolvers that shoot .22 mags, but have wanted a semi
    auto too...

    what you'd want for self-defense, but it's fun to play with at the
    range or out in the woods. Having 30 rounds in a lightweight pistol is pretty cool. Has great fiber optic sights and is very accurate. Have never had a single malfunction with it.

    I enjoyed it a lot, and it 'ran good' - no problems for a little
    less than 100 rounds, but I decided it wasn't worth $400 to me to
    go out and buy one. But if I can ever pick one up for half that
    or less maybe...

    I think it's worth what it costs.

    Which is?

    $400 is on the low side - and that's mail order "blue label" plus
    the local fees and such... So about $400 total out the door.

    The only local ones in the stores are $600 and up...








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  • From Gamgee@VERT/PALANT to JIMMY ANDERSON on Tue Sep 21 07:35:00 2021
    JIMMY ANDERSON wrote to GAMGEE <=-

    I enjoyed it a lot, and it 'ran good' - no problems for a little
    less than 100 rounds, but I decided it wasn't worth $400 to me to
    go out and buy one. But if I can ever pick one up for half that
    or less maybe...

    I think it's worth what it costs.

    Which is?

    $400 is on the low side - and that's mail order "blue label" plus
    the local fees and such... So about $400 total out the door.

    The only local ones in the stores are $600 and up...

    I paid $499 (plus tax) at a local (small, non-chain) gun store,
    recently.



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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Gamgee on Tue Sep 21 20:11:00 2021
    Re: Re: PMR 30
    By: Gamgee to JIMMY ANDERSON on Tue Sep 21 2021 07:35 am

    JIMMY ANDERSON wrote to GAMGEE <=-

    I enjoyed it a lot, and it 'ran good' - no problems for a little
    less than 100 rounds, but I decided it wasn't worth $400 to me to
    go out and buy one. But if I can ever pick one up for half that
    or less maybe...

    I think it's worth what it costs.

    Which is?

    $400 is on the low side - and that's mail order "blue label" plus
    the local fees and such... So about $400 total out the door.

    The only local ones in the stores are $600 and up...

    I paid $499 (plus tax) at a local (small, non-chain) gun store,
    recently.



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    The Keltec P50 looks interesting. A pistol that takes FN P90 mags. The
    price of FN 5.7 is going down since Ruger made a pistol that shoots it. I'm
    a bit disappointed that .22 TCM never took off. Rock Island/ Armscor were
    the pushing force behind it, since they produced surplus amounts of .224 projectiles and 1911 type frames

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  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@VERT/OTHETA to GAMGEE on Thu Oct 14 15:08:00 2021
    GAMGEE wrote to JIMMY ANDERSON <=-

    I think it's worth what it costs.

    Which is?

    I paid $499 (plus tax) at a local (small, non-chain) gun store,
    recently.

    Glad it's been fun for you!!! I have been looking at the P17 as well...





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  • From JIMMY ANDERSON@VERT/OTHETA to MOONDOG on Thu Oct 14 15:13:00 2021
    MOONDOG wrote to GAMGEE <=-

    The Keltec P50 looks interesting. A pistol that takes FN P90 mags.
    The price of FN 5.7 is going down since Ruger made a pistol that shoots

    When I first saw the Ruger 57 I thought it would be fun! It's also the
    round that made me want to get into handloading. Which I haven't done
    either - LOL

    I've noticed that the price of the Ruger is coming down too...






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