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be a conversion -unit, so that you get maximal "transferral" of your .22 use to ccw pistol-skill. Anything else is a waste of time, and no better a shottist and gunhandler than 99% of "gun people" ARE, they need to get all they can out of .22 practice.
 

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Sticking a handgun in your pants pocket is as about the worst method of carry a person can dream up.

Anyone who advocates a .22 'pocket pistol' for wilderness survival has never spent much time in the wilderness.

There's a reason experienced woodsmen carry MkII's, 22/45's, Buckmark's, etc.
 

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Though not exactly a pocket pistol, my 22 cal Walther PPK/s with the MMC adjustable sight is superbly accurate/reliable and I would carry it in the wilderness.

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Personally, I see advantages to having a dedicated .22 pistol.
 

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Some people fail to take into account just how much abuse gear needs to take sometimes.

A weapon like the MkII is pretty tough like a Timex.
 
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