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I like the looks of the little Phoenix. Everything I've heard about them is good. Should've got one when they were more available.  I sent one of my Hi Points back to Strassel Machine. I bought it off of Egunner auctions. I knew when I bought it that it  had problems, looked like it had been dropped really hard. Something was wrong with trigger mechanism. They sent a box Fed Ex today and had a brand new C9, extra mag., trigger lock, and extra rear sight. I'm impressed. 

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Like I mentioned earlier. I got a 22 Phoenix in a gun and the guy wanted what I had to trade but was a few bucks short so he threw the Phoenix in the mix and I made the deal. I found most folks don't like them because they say the gun has to many safeties' with 3. I use one and leave the other two off. the guns are a little heavy but very accurate to shoot. I got Sam to fix the mags so they hold the action open on the last round. I like the weight cause there is almost zero recoil. I had a guy offer me $150.00 for it and I told him I would have to pass. I almost laughed at him but then I remembered he was offering me new gun price for a used gun as they sold for 159.00 new In most stores.  

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2 minutes ago, bersaguy said:

Like I mentioned earlier. I got a 22 Phoenix in a gun and the guy wanted what I had to trade but was a few bucks short so he threw the Phoenix in the mix and I made the deal. I found most folks don't like them because they say the gun has to many safeties' with 3. I use one and leave the other two off. the guns are a little heavy but very accurate to shoot. I got Sam to fix the mags so they hold the action open on the last round. I like the weight cause there is almost zero recoil. I had a guy offer me $150.00 for it and I told him I would have to pass. I almost laughed at him but then I remembered he was offering me new gun price for a used gun as they sold for 159.00 new In most stores.  

The way you keep talking these up...I might have to look for one. lol

I seem to remember you mentioning a kit(?) with a longer barrel sometime back. Sounds interesting. 

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34 minutes ago, hipower said:

The way you keep talking these up...I might have to look for one. lol

I seem to remember you mentioning a kit(?) with a longer barrel sometime back. Sounds interesting. 

Good luck finding one now.

Here's the conversion kit

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This “2-In-1” Barrel & Magazine Conversion Kit is made by Phoenix Arms for the HP22 & HP22A .22 LR Pistols. The kit contains a 5” barrel for increased accuracy, and an extended 10 round magazine for added comfort and better grip.
 

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I have had one on my maybe list for a long time. Came close about 5 years ago at a small gun show. Was the only thing there of interest but I thought he was a bit high. Waited around for him to get done chatting with another customer and after about 15 minutes talked myself out of buying it and walked away with out talking to him. Was a nice with box with both barrels. Haven't seen one since that nice for that price. Lost opportunities.

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25 minutes ago, Jeb48 said:

I have had one on my maybe list for a long time. Came close about 5 years ago at a small gun show. Was the only thing there of interest but I thought he was a bit high. Waited around for him to get done chatting with another customer and after about 15 minutes talked myself out of buying it and walked away with out talking to him. Was a nice with box with both barrels. Haven't seen one since that nice for that price. Lost opportunities.

Sadly, I think we've all done similar things. I know I have. Can't really even tell what the worst was. But I did walk away from a consecutive serial number set of Smith revolvers once. 

With my wife standing there telling me to buy them.🤦‍♂️

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