Description

STEYR RFP 22LR
• Action: Semi Auto, Single Action, Recoil-operated blow back system
• Finish: Black
• Barrel: 4.09"
• Sights: Adjustable Rear, Fixed Front
• Magazine(s): 1-10 Round Magazine
• Grip: Black Synthetic
• Weight: 1.33 lbs
• Overall Length: 6.88"
The Steyr RFP is a .22 LR rimfire pistol with a 10 round magazine capacity, making it the perfect training pistol at the range. Some features include a single action trigger and a synthetic grip frame, along with a trigger safety, magazine safety, and drop safety (firing pin safety). It also has a limited trigger access lock and a manual safety with a decocking function. The action is recoil-operated blow back system, and it weighs 1.33 lbs. It has a 4-inch barrel and an overall length just under 7-inches. The overall height is 5-inches, and the width is just over 1-inch. The length of sight is 5.5-inches.
SKU#: STE1126250

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wow, I find it funny how many of the previous comments have absolutely Dick to do with this actual pistol. No one gives a shit about all your issues with multiple other firearms...How about some actual real, In your hand, experienced comments and reviews about THIS PISTOL.... this isnt chatty Cathy social club forum.... lol

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It appears that many, maybe none, of the newer model .22 semi autos, the ones that replicate a 9mm or other larger pistol, or new designs (TX22 etc.) are made of superior materials. Pot metal and plastic seems to be the norm for the most part. Been looking for one of these that has a good review record (mostly) and decided on the Taurus TX22 because of capacity and it's favorable in reviews. Haven't got to run it yet but hopefully it won't have to go back to Taurus for anything. When I want one that runs like it should I break out the "old" Ruger MKII Slab Side or Bull Barrel Target... OR, the Beretta model 70. These things are tack drivers and made of quality materials. Update 8-23-20. The TX22 lived up to the good reviews. It ran three types 22lr flawlessly, Win standard velocity plated bullet, Win. high velocity lead bullet, CCI Mini Mag. No issues and shoots to point of aim. Still this Steyr looks good.

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I love my Taurus TX22. Well made, a bit larger than a lot of 22 pistols, and holds a few more rounds in the mag. People talk smack about Taurus, but I love all three of mine. Just as much as my Springfields and Glock.

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I want a TX 22 in FDE if all the stars line up, but their impossible to find any in stock, Nothing wrong with Taurus,I carry mine(PT111 9MM) daily from nightstand to backpack everyday as does my son, I have a G19,M&P.and a LCPII. my taurus just fits the size I like

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If CDNN could easily sell these they would jack the price up to double what it is now. The firearms that sell ie. the Walter Creed was $249.99 when Covid-19 started. Now they are $399. Can someone say price gouging! ISSC, I had one a few years ago. It was by far the worst .22 I have ever owned!

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Man, looks great but disappointing how horrible they sound. It's so hard to find a quality made 22lr that replicates a modern combat arm. I have an SR22 and an MP 15 22. The SR22 is ok of what it is but has a goofy reversed safety. The M&P 15 22 is an overpriced plastic toy in my honest opinion, not something that can be relied on. They decided to make the pistol grip screw directly to the plastic lower with no metal bushing or anything. I've already had it strip out once from normal use the second time I shot it, had to send it back and they replaced the entire lower. Good thing they have a lifetime warranty, if I have even one more problem out of it I'm selling it and getting a Ruger 10/22 M1 Carbine clone.

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I have a beretta 92 clone (girsan regard) I put a beretta 92 22lr conversion on it. 15 round mags and its a tack driver. Totally reliable and very accurate. imo the only way to go for a 22 lr pistol. Available at beretta website.

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Try a Taurus TX22 or a Walther M2 22. I have all three, the TX is my favorite.

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The trigger is short, and literally sharp on the end. So much so, I cant shoot more that 250 rounds before it's too painful. Theslide safety is too prominent, it cuts my hand when I rack the slide. Also, in the 3rd range trip, the gun stopped firing and locked in the uncocked position. The rangemaster took a look at it, and without touching the trigger, it went off in his hand. I sent it back to the factory, and the firing pin had broken in half. Worst of 3 22lr pistols I own. In fact, worst gun I own. It also jams on all 8 brands of ammo I have put through it. I'd sell it if I had no morals. I bought it here guys, you're gonna get the same one.

Update: Just got back from the range, and the slide safety switch on the right side came loose and flew off. Took me 20 min. to find it and the screw that holds it in. Jammed all day on everything. This gun is so shitty, I didn't even want it on the bench with my vp9 and ppq. I get more pissed at what a shitty gun it is, every time I shoot it. I will eventually shoot it with my 30-06.

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I bought one of these the last time they dropped the price. I was a little leery because of all the bad experiences with the earlier models. I now have about 2000 rounds down the pipe and I love this pistol. The feel in the hand is fantastic and it is very accurate. The first time out I found out it likes round nose bullets instead of hollow points. That could easily be remedied because of a slight lip at the end of the barrel at the top of the feed ramp. I have plenty of round nose ammo so I have yet to perform that fix. The only complaint I have are the Glock like sights. I am used to them now but I would much prefer a blacked out rear and a fiber optic front. It might just be mine but the last two outings I have been shooting Remington Thunderbolt and have not had a single malfunction. In fact since the first outing trying some American Eagle hollow points, I cannot remember any malfunctions except for 2 or 3 ammo related problems with some CCI ammo. I would not be hesitant to buy this pistol if you like shooting 22lr.

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I like mine - fun plinker. But I don't get the sense that it is a very accurate gun. No one I know shoots it accurately. CDNN must be trying to get rid of them since that have dropped the price $40 and are offering $4.99 shipping on it - instead of their normal $20 rip-off shipping charges for it.

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As an owner of the Glock copy ISSC, I must have gotten lucky with mine. I never really had any issues with it after about 500 rounds. I will say I had to keep it good and clean and WELL lubed, especially the first 200 rounds. It seems to have gotten better as times gone by and gotten broke in. It does not shots crap, cheap bulk low velocity ammo. I buy semi auto pistol specific rounds or high velocity and have no problems. It is actually very accurate with the fixed bull barrel. Again maybe I've gotten lucky? I'd still be Leary of these pistols though as others have stated we haven't heard anything about them?

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Yes, the seller’s picture clearly shows the maker as ISSC. I too have an m22, haven’t hit 500 rounds (50 mag reloads!), but have no trouble with CCI minimag 40 grain. Clone of my G19.
The best reason for the gun is a trainer for a 9mm Steyr. Get extra mags, $19.99 right now.

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If issc touched this gun, I wouldn't hit a dead cat in the ass with it. That glock clone they made was hands down the worst 22 pistol I ever bought.

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This is the best price I have seen on these, and they are hard to find. However, like the previous poster pointed out, this is not a real Steyr and should probably cost closer to $200. Most importantly to me, though, is that these apparently do not have the trapezoidal sights like the centerfire pistols, which really defeats the purpose of these in my opinion.

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If steyr actually made this instead of issc I'd think about it. Terrible place for a safety. These came out last year and you never hear anyone talk about them or shooting them...

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good info

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