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.22 Range Gun

This is a discussion on .22 Range Gun within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; even though I know the Sig Mosquito is, or can be, very ammo sensitive, I still want one in my collection as it most closely ...

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    even though I know the Sig Mosquito is, or can be, very ammo sensitive, I still want one in my collection as it most closely resembles my P239. Then again, my Ruger Mark II 22/45 has a very close feel to my 1911 as well.

    Heck... get 'em all! There's no end to WANT! (need)


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    oh... I also need the S&W Airweight .22 cal to match my 637, and something in .22 cal to match the Kahr CW9, and .....


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    The firsst handgun I ever fired was a .22, Mom's(old, pre 1972) Browning Nomad and I love it. Until I uhm, inheirit it I picked up a Ruger MK III with a bull barrel and other than takedown for cleaning, I really like it.
    My 12 year old daughter loves it too, and shoots it as well as I do, from day one.
    You can't beat a .22 plinker for inexpensive family fun.
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    I personally prefer the Buckmark, it fits my hand better and is accurate. Also, it has never choked on ammo.

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    My .22 range gun is a Ciener conversion on my old GI 1911.

    Works better for me than a separate gun that does not feel the same as my 1911.

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    With the Sig in dbl action your finger needs to be bionic (#13lb.pull)!!!!
    but all other aspects seem to be good. Lots of safetys.IMHO a great gun for teaching youth firearm safety(the very reason for my purchase).
    Look at the sport version, longer bbl.,extra front sights,front barrel weight,and op. sight bridge.
    Nice package.

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    Another vote for the Ruger. I have a MkII and love it. It ends up getting shot more then any thing else I have when the kids are around...I can't load the mags fast enough...
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    Back to the Sig Mosquito, does anyone out there actually own one?

    As for the ammo sensitivity, specifically what kind works best?

    I'm interested not so much for just fun plinking, but as holstering and live shooting practice at the range for less money than my Sig 45 that is the similar size and profile. Sure it's not exactly the same gun, but for some level of practice it seems to make sense.

    Did I say I was picking it up this week?

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    Black Ruger Mark III .22 with the blunter barrel. The pretty shiny stainless steel one might also be a fun gun, but it looks too damn pretty to shoot and dirt might hurt it.

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    I would go with the Ruger .22/45. It's a well made gun.

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