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One of several weapons purchased through Buds. Have always had good luck using them. Now the Mosquito is another story. There is much confusion out of the box as they provide 2 slide springs. The manual says one thing and an after thought insert says another. Thought I'd bought an expensive paper weight as I had "failure to every things".
After confirming with Sig and realizing I'd be married to CCI's (which is not a bad thing, just expensive) I finally got everything straightened out. I'm a fan of 22's as I shoot between 500 - 1000 rounds per weekend. None of my other 22's (Walther P22, Beretta Neos, Taurus P94) have been as fickle with ammo as the Mosquito.
Once all the kinks were worked out it has become a very accurate shooting machine. The trigger is a bit heavy but after all the other hiccups I can over look that. It breaks down easy and is a solidly built gun.
One word of warning...stay away from Federal Spitfires produced for Gander Mountain...or try them and you'll understand first hand.