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Wanting to know if anyone knows anything about a .22 cal. auto-loading pistol made by Stoeger Arms Corporation (made in U.S.A.). It looks and operates similar to a 9mm German Luger except in .22 cal..

The pistol is like new except it's been shot only 10 rounds. I'd say the pistol rates 99% overall condition. The guy that owns it will sell it to me for $150.00. Is this a good deal?

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Big : It will depend on the barrel length and configuration, but at 98% from the blue book 375/ 425/ and 385 so the asking price is a good buy :D JIM
 

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Stoeger .22 cal. "LUGER"

This pistol has a 4" barrel with fixed sights.
 

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Big : In that case the value is at 100% $150 per the blue book of values if it is the 1 of 1000 $295, enjoy :D JIM
 

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I paid a bit more for mine a few months back - but I had the advantage of knowing the owner, and seeing it shot several times. I also was able to shoot it a good bit before buying. So, I knew this gun was accurate and reliable. It outshoots my Buckmark! 8)
I also got the original box and manual too - a definite bonus, as the takedown has a couple interesting points.
I love this little pistol! Feels great in the hand, points very naturally, feeds any .22 ammo I've fed it, even the Winny Experts with the big squared off nose that other semiautos choke on.
But, do watch for the chance of an empty case getting under the toggle link - that happened once with mine. Ejection is basically straight-up.
It is a rugged pistol - an alloy frame but substantially built.
 

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be sure and shoot that gun at least a couple clips worth before yu buy. ive seen a couple of them that had a little wear on them that didnt function worth a crap.they would shoot with expensive hi velocity ammo but didnt cycle well with regular bulk plinking ammo.
 

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i had one and it worked fine until i lost the clip and tried replacements. i never got it to function reliably and ended up trading it off. :?
 
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