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My first Taurus product. Figured at this price point why not give it a try. That said, I am extremely happy with this purchase. I put 200 rounds downrange straight out the box without a hitch and with great accuracy. The trigger is also solid in my opinion for this type of weapon. So far, Great job Taurus!
Didn't mention in the specs that this P22Q has an 11lb trigger pull... ugh. Also the decock lever is heavy and kindof grinds. Pretty lousy .22 IMO. Not refined at all. The PPQ .22lr is the one you want, if you're hell bent on a Walther. But it's another 100 bucks.
Placed order on 7/14/19. Processed order on 7/15/19. Delivered to my FFL on 7/18/19. Bottom line, GunBuyer was able to have my pistol at my FFL within a week which is as good as it gets.
Now for the S&W 22 LR Victory. Once having pistol, I read owners manual, then cleaned and lubed it following the instructions. In taking it to my indoor range, I was very dissapointed. The pistol was extremely accurate but would not cycle properly. Would jam on second or third round. Was using quality ammunition. CCI Mini Mags and Winchester Super Speed, both being 40gr copper plated round nose. To make sure it wasn't a break-in problem, I shot approximately 100 rounds with the pistol never firing over two to three rounds without jamming. I contacted S&W about problem and they requested I send it to them. From date of shipping pistol to S&W, to it's return to me was approximately five weeks. Packaging papers advised S&W replaced the extractor and "repaired" the ejector. This was at no cost to me including the shipping. Once pistol was in hand, I again cleaned and lubricated it. Taking it to the range, pistol functioned flawlessly. It is very accuate and easy to shoot.
Reading various "threads" on-line, I learned that there have been a few reported issues with the "ejector" being slightly out of align causing the pistol to jam. The "threads" recommended fixing the problem by bending the ejector with a needle nose plier. I would never recommend doing a repair like this to a newly purchased firearm and that's why I contacted S&W of my issue.