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Sig Sauer MOS-22-T Mosquito Two-Tone 10+1 22LR 3.9"
by Travis B Date Added: Monday 30 January, 2012
After reading all of the mixed reviews online I couldn't decide between this and the Walther P22. After handling both at my LGS I decided on this Sig because it didn't feel like a toy in my hands. This gun feels like a "real" firearm meant to shoot a "real" caliber, instead it shoots super cheap .22's all day long, and looks sexy while doing it, and I'm perfectly okay with that! One of my buddies is a .22 fanatic who owns a black Mosquito and a P22 among many others. We both agree that this chrome two-tone model is by far the better finish, both for longevity and attractiveness. From what I can tell, the general consensus is that the Walther is the more accurate of the two. I may just be biased but I was shooting much better with the Mosquito and so were all of those who compared them at the local range. I personally think the better accuracy is due, in part to the better grip the average sized hand can get on the Mosquito over the P22. My pinky wasn't hanging off the P22 but it definitely wasn't where it would normally be on a tactical, full sized firearm. On the other hand I can comfortably shoot the Mosquito which has a grip not unlike the P229. My fiance, who isn't very interested in firearms (she won't even shoot the Kahr CM9 I recently purchased for her to carry because it's "too loud and kicks to hard"????), absolutely loves shooting the Sig Mosquito. In terms of reliability, either the luck of my Irish ancestors was finally on my side and I got a good one, or everyone on the Internet is crazy (slightly more likely). I've put one thousand MiniMags, 550 Federal Bulk Pack rounds, and about 250 Remington Golden Bullet Bulk pack rounds through it without any issues.......just kidding! But seriously the stovepipes(12), failure to feed's(7), and failure to fire's(20 or so but usually attributed to .22 quality control issues) are few and far between with how many rounds I've put through it and on the plus side, there are increasingly fewer if any issues every time I take it to the range (weekly). Learn how to hold a firearm correctly (very tight) and clean it frequently (every 200-300 rounds) and you won't have any problems. Cheers!

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