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    Plinker Rellik's Avatar
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    Had my P22 for years and it has ate everything I've put in it.

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    While I love all the other Sig handguns I own, an early build Mosquito was not a great experience for me. Lots of FTEs and had to go back to the factory and still did not come back right. I eventually sold it, and from what I have read, the newer Mosquitos are much better.

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    Have a P22Q here. I have no complaints. It feels good in the hand, weight and contour. Eats everything so far. But it's just my opinon. I have no experience with a SR22 or GSG.
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    I have owned both the P22 and the mosquito. Sold the P22 to a friend, still have the skeeter. I might be one of the few people who will give a thumbs up for the skeeter. It is just a little bit bigger then the P22 which makes it useful for actually feeling like a real gun. Accuracy for both is similar. I actually shoot the skeeter better because it is a bit larger. Skeeters are kind of picky about ammuntion while the P22 was little roach that cycled everything I fed it.

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    Out of those, I would say P22. I have had both. I sold the Sig, and kept the P22.

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    Please look into the Smith & Wesson M&P22. It is a great pistol and the same size as the M&P9 and M&P40, therefore making it a great cross-training pistol.

    I have the Walther, the M&P and the Sig. I like the M&P first, the Sig second. However, I read manyk great reviews on the Ruger SR22.
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    i like the sig, i like a ruger even more

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    I had a mosquito. Key word is had. I don't think I ran 100 rounds through it before I sold it. That being said it is a great gun if you like to practice tactical jam clearing. I've never shot a P-22, so I can't say anything one way or the other about it. It can't hardly be worse than the Sig though.

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    Plinker silverbullet4x4's Avatar
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    I love my P22. It's cheap to shoot and as noted above, is hungry.

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    I recently bought one of the newer "Q" style P22's.

    I haven't had any issues with it.

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