.22 Pistols for Plinking out in the Wild

Going on a walkabout with your favorite .22 caliber pistol is not only handy but fun.
These .22 pistols are very fun to have on your nature hikes so you can plink at rusty cans or going after small game. Here’s a list of fun .22s pistol that many shooters would love to carry afield.
If you don’t have any of these pistols, you might want to start with these

  • Sicario Ruger MK IV

    I know this is a suppressed pistol and we couldn’t resist not mentioning, but its just awesome for not just plinking but shooting at small pests around the house without letting the neighbor know.
    Unique integral 2 piece pistol which can be taken apart within 20 seconds for easy cleaning.
    This particular pistol does exactly what the standard Ruger does.
  • Ruger GP100 Revolver

    When you hear revolver, most think it being chambered in a .357 magnum, but Ruger also makes it chambered for the .22 LR.
    Triple-locking cylinder is locked into the frame at the front, rear and bottom for more positive alignment and dependable operation shot after shot.
    Did you know this double-action gives you a full 10 shots before a reload?
    Pretty cool huh? This is a great practice piece for trail carry.
  • Heritage Single-Action .22 Revolver

    This may be one of the most economical .22 pistol revolver. The Heritage is a single-action revolver with easy cylinder change out is a breeze.
    The trigger barely seems to move rearward before the gun fires, making it easy to shoot accurately.
  • Smith & Wesson Model 617 Revolver

    Smith & Wesson’s iconic K-frame revolver was designed for the .38 but good thing its available in .22 LR caliber as well.
    This 10-shot, double-action revolver is tall and shiny in looks and proves to be a good backwoods weapon for old cans and tasty small-game targets.

This isn’t the complete list but I’m sure you can tell us what you have down in the comment section below.