Originally Posted by firedawg60
I've had good luck with my Sig Mosquito. I like how it's nearly a full sized pistol. I've got over 2000 rounds through it and really haven't had any issues.
**Flame Shields Going Up**
Gotta be careful with the Sig Mosquito.
I've seen three of them so far with either a broken slide or a crack on the frame next to the mag well.
In addition to that they only like the real high velocity 22 LR ammo.
My vote would be a Colt Woodsman.
Smoothest .22 action I've ever used in a pistol and they're better shooters than the rugers.
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Originally Posted by Chandler51
I think a .50 BMG to the grape might challenge that theory... :)
Originally Posted by Paladin201
True, but if you put a .50 BMG to the grape, there's not going to be much to look at in X-rays.