Dating my ruger 22 auto
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This gun was manufactured in 1950 or 51, and I believe that the muzzle brake was an option.
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That said, a few import companies sell affordable plinker pistols, such as Chiappa and American Tactical Imports.
While they may not be overwhelmingly common in most gun stores, they can be obtained online and shipped to an FFL for not a whole lot; some cost less than 0 before FFL fees and shipping.