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Sig Sauer MOS-22-B Mosquito 10+1 22LR 3.9"
[MOS22B]
$313.00
by Jonathan H Date Added: Thursday 14 November, 2013
Almost everything about this handgun is excellent. Excellent sights and it even comes with a spare set. Great accuracy, but lacks in precision (but that's what you get with a .22LR handgun). It's a full-sized handgun and the grip feels great in your hands. And the most important positive thing about this gun is that it is really cheap to shoot. I find myself shooting this gun more because of how cheap it is.

The only negative thoughts on this gun are that it only comes with one magazine and these magazines are not cheap (at least $40 each for a 10rd.). And lastly the use of lead nosed ammunition will cause a lot of failure to feed problems. When I run copper nosed ammunition through the handgun it shoots flawlessly, and it doesn't matter what kind you run. I ran cheap lead nosed ammunition to the expensive CCI and Federal lead nosed ammunition and I was getting failure to feed every other shot. However, when I ran cheap (and very dirty) Remington bulk HP copper nosed ammunition to even the expensive CCI Mini-Mag round copper nosed ammunition it still shot flawlessly. The reason for this is because of the steep ramp that the bullet has to ride up. Lead nosed ammunition is not as smooth as copper nosed ammunition so the lead nosed always get caught on the ramp. One way I've heard to counter this problem is to polish down the ramp or otherwise let nature take its course and shoot a lot to break in the gun. I've heard that some owners shot almost 10,000 rounds to fix the failure to feed problem. I'm taking latter step because its more fun.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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