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    Norinco np22

    Granted the NP 22 is the only pistol I have ever owned. I have shot others. I have over 1500 rnds out if it with only a single FTE I blame on that steel cased Winchester shit ammo. I can hit 8"plates at will , so long as I maintain good fundamentals from 20 yards.

    How can you go wrong???

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    unless you're consistently getting better, is it right ?

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    My son and I have the Norinco 1911 pistols, good reliability also. Steel cased ammo was a problem also, stopped using that and all is good.

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    I am constantly getting better. Like all things I got better quickly off the start , now the better I get, the slower I get better.

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    Get a Glock.

    shoots all ammo. I gone through 1500 rounds of Winchester Steel ammo. The only issue I have with it is that steel case is not reloadable.
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    More Shooting! Less Posting!

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    I have owned more than a few Norincos; still own my two favorites; a 1911 with target sights and a NZ85B. Had some feeding issues with certain ammo in a NP58, but everything else feed just fine; ejected just fine, and is very accurate. The two that I still have are keepers. I have other pistols I like as well, but none that I like better. Winchester "forged" is crap; it feels dry and gritty. I had feeding issues with it in the NZ, but not with anything else; I now only shoot home loads, and load light for target and competition, and function is perfect.

    The NP22 is one of their nicer pistols for fit and finish. The grips are a bit crappy, but that can be changed easily. Enjoy your pistol, and let the Glock lovers play with ther lego guns. LOL.

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    Get a Glock.
    Really)

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    Friends don't let friends buy Glocks. Have a Bud instead,

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