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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by 700 LTR 223 View Post
    Went to the shop in Muncie and the Beretta 87 was still there , price was $599. Thought of buying a used Beretta Neos they had there at $199 but ended up with a Ruger LCP II 22lr bought at Rural King. Hope to test it out later today.

    $600: must have been in fair condition.
    Never have seen that price level.

    I have had 4 Neos, and loved them.
    I would like to try out the LCP II .22LR as well.

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by doddg View Post
    $600: must have been in fair condition.
    Never have seen that price level.

    I have had 4 Neos, and loved them.
    I would like to try out the LCP II .22LR as well.
    If the 87 is in there next time I'll ask to see it. I might end up with the Neos if I go back in there again and its still there!

    Just got back from a range session with the LCP II 22lr ,actually a pretty decent shooter at 7 and 15 yards. I was expecting a trigger pull similar to my LCP II in 380 but that is not the case at all - this 22lr LCP II has a really stiff trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 700 LTR 223 View Post
    If the 87 is in there next time I'll ask to see it. I might end up with the Neos if I go back in there again and its still there!

    Just got back from a range session with the LCP II 22lr ,actually a pretty decent shooter at 7 and 15 yards. I was expecting a trigger pull similar to my LCP II in 380 but that is not the case at all - this 22lr LCP II has a really stiff trigger.

    I probably would only be shooting it from
    5 or 7 yards.
    Sorry to hear that the trigger is a little stiff.
    Since I used to love shooting the very small Beretta tip up barrels thought this might be a fun way of having a really small .22LR to shoot.I can get these guns new for $300 plus tax, of course.
    I would want to pay only $250 for one used, maybe $275 tops. If there was an extra mag that would really help.

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    The usual Monday range day.
    300 rounds total in 2 hours.
    Used Armsor 36 grain, HP HV, except with the 87T & 41, which takes SV (CCI)

    Only 21'
    Beretta came out on top today in my imaginary scoring system.
    But, it did have the best group I've ever done on the Torso.


    30' Beretta 87 wins again.

  5. #45
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    Some nice tight groups! I shot some rested groups myself last weekend with the 617 and 2X Leupold. Even with the eyepiece backed out all the way I am still having focus issues , definitely time for an eye appointment!

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    Range day with the Beretta 87 Target vs the Ruger Mark 3, both with optics.
    Groups are a tad tighter for the 87 T, but they should be with over 3x more invested in the 87.
    I love both of them dearly & intend for them to be long-term keepers.
    The 87 is a bucket list gun (waited 2 yrs.) & the Mark 3 just shoots so darn well for as little money in it, as to be remarkable.

    21' & 30' & 45' & 75'
    I adjusted the scopes for the longer distances, so 21' & 30' were shooting low.

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    Range day.
    Been shooting other guns & this was the only semi-auto I took with me.
    Beretta 87 Target
    Used CCI SV 1270 FPS on a rest at 30' & 45'.
    20 rounds in head & torso/heart.


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