WTS OR Sig Sauer Mosquito .22lr Sold

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  1. Ericgrisewood

    Ericgrisewood
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    Hi,

    I'm selling my gently used Sig. It's a great little gun, good for teaching first timers, or just something cheap to shoot at the range. Double single action, nice sights. Good feel to it, doesn't look or feel like one of those strange futuristic .22 handguns. I have the original manual, additional spring which has never been used. It comes with hard case, 5-10 capacity magazines( hard to find item; not sold locally, goes for $40 each at cheaper than dirt). You'll want to use higher quality ammo like CCI mini mags otherwise you can have failure to eject issues(see comments below).

    $300 cash only, local sale only, will not ship.
    Thanks,
    Eric
    ericg02@hotmail.com
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  2. Joe13

    Joe13
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    You had my interest all the way up to "cci mini mags"
     
  3. Ericgrisewood

    Ericgrisewood
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    That's what I've always ran through it, on the reccomendation of NW Armory. They said it can have some issues with bulk cheaper ammo.
     
  4. djgaloot

    djgaloot
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    I have the same gun. Mine likes CCI mini mags or other quality higher velocity ammo. No issues with it. Not so much with the cheap bulk ammo.
    Fun to shoot.
     
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  5. WARCHOP37

    WARCHOP37
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    Too bad you're down south, I'd pick this up in a heartbeat! GLWTS!
     
  6. JohnnyD

    JohnnyD
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    Mine ran fine on blazer bulk an other cheap ammo. Even with the stiffer spring best .22 semi auto I ever owned. Good luck with the sale
     
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    YOURSUPREMECOMMANDER
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    These are usually pretty tight while new and have FTF issues, but once I put a few rounds down the pipe, I had no issues even with the cheapest ammo. I ended up putting over 25,000 rounds through it before I traded to a MK III.
    The cheap ammo with the waxy coating on the projectile gums up the chamber because its so tight at first.
     
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  8. bennett91

    bennett91
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    Mine has always ran great no matter the ammo as long as I have always kept it clean.
     
  9. UH60Mech

    UH60Mech
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    Is this still available?
     
  10. Ericgrisewood

    Ericgrisewood
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    Yes it is.
     
  11. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu
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    Mine runs perfect on Thunderbolts! The two springs are different tensions. The stiffer one is for high velocity rnds like Mini Mags, the weaker is for lower velocity rnds like the T-bolts. Mine eats anything with the high velocity spring in place! They are great little pistols!
     
  12. my65swede

    my65swede
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    Do you still have it?
     
  13. Ericgrisewood

    Ericgrisewood
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    Yes I do.
     

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