GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

80

User Score

Positive: 2
Mixed: 1
Negative: 1

GunCritic Score

50

GunCritic Score

Positive: 0
Mixed: 1
Negative: 0

User Score

80

User Score

Positive: 2
Mixed: 1
Negative: 1
Price and Used Value
Retail
Price:
$399.00
Used
Value:
$259.00
Ruger SR22
80
Retail
Price:
$399.00
Used
Value:
$259.00

Description

The Ruger® SR22™ pistol is the do-it-all .22 pistol for the shooter who appreciates style and demands
reliability! Packed with versatile features, the SR22™ pistol is lightweight (just 17.5 ounces) and perfect
for just about anything – plinking, target shooting and even small game hunting. It is easy to field-strip,
fun to shoot, and will reliably accept a variety of ammunition (not just high-velocity).

Specifications

Weight 17.5 oz
Gun-type

Sights

Finish

Capacity

Caliber

Action

Primary Uses
 
Personal Protection
Vehicle
Home
Concealed Carry
 
Shooting
Metallic Silhouette
Informal Recreation Shooting
Bullseye

Pricing

Poor
Condition
$160
Excellent
Condition
$360
Fair Market Range $368 - $384
Fair Market Price $376
MSRP $399
Used Gun
New Gun

Q & A

There are no questions related to Ruger SR22

User Reviews (4)

Positive: 2 Mixed: 1 Negative: 1
  • 80

    I recently purchased the SR22 for my wife to join me at the range. The ergonomics of this firearm fit her hand very comfortably. (She has very tiny hands) The 2 grip sizes is a plus. I have medium size hands and I too fi...nd it very comfortable in the hand. My LGS had it with a 3rd magazine foe only $10 more than the standard 2 mag which was a nice little bonus since the magazines are kinda pricey on their own. Break down is simple, it was the first semi auto I ever owned and had no problems taking it apart and putting it back together. We have shot many different ammo types thru this. CCI, Winchester, Remington, Federal, American Eagle, even some 25 year old rounds found in my pops ammo cabinet. Everything has worked flawlessly except for 1. Federal auto match lead round nose. I have tried several Federal types, weights bullet type, and everything that is copper coated ran smoothly, it was ONLY THIS ONE type. It has happened with all 3 mags. I would get random FTE and FTF, but rack the slide and the round would chamber. I do not think there is anything wrong with the firearm, just doesn't like that 1 bullet type. I just don't shoot many of them thru it anymore, just keep those for my revolvers but overall this is a great little package. My wife was new to shooting so the added safety features made her and her girlfriends that have never shot before feel really safe, and me too. Some do not like the magazine disconnect, but to me it is a nice feature since I am introducing many new female shooters to the sport with this firearm. more

    January 23, 2016
    Chuck
  • 100

    I purchased a Ruger SR22 over 4th of July weekend 2015. It was the best fit for my wife's very small hands and having the 2 grip sizes is fantastic. My LGS had one with a 3rd mag for only $10 over the cost of the standar...d 2 mags so that was a incredible bonus since the mags are pricey. This firearm has been shot a few times and close to 1000 rounds have gone through it with only 1 type ever causing any malfunctions. We have shot CCI mini mags, Winchester SuperX (various weights), Remington Golden Bulllet, American Eagle, Federal (Copper plated) Federal lead round nose, Remington High Velocity (they have been in my pops ammo cabinet in his basement for 25 years). Out of all of these about 10 different bullet types, weights, manufacturers every one fired flawlessly except for the Federal Auto match Lead round nose. (Bulk box of 325 found at BassPro for $18) Both shooters (so wasn't a shooter error) would get random Fail to Feed mostly and an occasional Fail to Eject. Rack the slide and it was good to go and for the shooting we do with it I am not that concerned with it. When doing a competition against friends at the dueling tree or similar I just do not load those rounds but if you were to carry for self defense I suggest not carrying that 1 brand and type without extensive testing on your own. Overall this firearm was an extremely pleasing purchase. IT made my wife who had never shot before hooked on shooting sports, which we all know how great that is when we want to buy a new gun if your wife is the one bugging you to buy lol. I feel I did a decent amount of testing to give my opinion on this firearm. Definitely I would recommend it to anyone looking for a solid reliable 22. I have to say its very reliable because even shooting 300 rds, not cleaning it and then another 300 rds a few weeks later it fired everything except the Lead round nose. more

    January 11, 2016
    NJ357
  • 40

    Fired 3 shots and the slide locked back, I thought. The slide was behind the slide lock...it was on its way off the gun when it stopped at the staked on barrel! Ruger knows they have an issue with the porous plasticmolde...d takedown lever...why else would twin tech tactical have a quality replacement? Dont get me wrong...I love ruger revolvers but this plastic stuff sux. more

    August 9, 2013
    dru hope
  • 100

    Was at my local gun shop to buy a Walther P22 for my wife to take to CCW class. Saw this in the case and had to take a look. Better location and ergonomic safety with De-cocker was awesome. Got it for my wife and she was... hitting bulls eyes in her CCW class. Told my buddy about it and he bought his wife one. Great for beginner. more

    March 8, 2012
    Vector
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