Erma ET-22 Navy is a Great Collectible or Heirloom Pistol (VIDEO)

The Erma ET-22 combines the controls of the classic Luger pistol design and the fun of a plinker. Produced from 1967 to 1969, relatively few ET-22s still circulate within the market. While this gun could easily be a collectible or heirloom, it makes an even better range toy.

The Erma ET-22 ate through all the Aguila .22 Super Extra I fed it. The large gun combined with the small round made for a highly enjoyable performance. The trigger has a quick uptake and a nice clean break. The action was buttery smooth. The ergonomic grip paired with the fore-end made an extremely accurate pairing, even with just a front blade sight.

This Erma ET-22 is the perfect companion for any collector who is in need to a small varmint gun that could also be displayed proudly on the wall. For the full history on the Erma Navy ET-22, check out the Guns.com write up here.

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