That Sig Mosquito is a nice gun, I have one, the only problem I found is that Blazers and CCI mini-mags in round nose are about the only rounds that give consistant feed. Where the bullet feeds into the chamber if you look closely there is a small lip that the nose of the bullet catches on. I'm going to take a dremel and zip that little edge down so that there is a smoother feed and see if that helps. Also after a few thousand rounds are fired through it, they seem to work better. I still have a few issues with the feed on mine but not as much as when it was new. So I need to get that dremel out.
I hate to say it but I buy 90% of mine at walmart. Check cheaperthendirt.com or Natchez shooting supply.
Concur/Walmart get ammo shippments in on Thursday here and it's hit miss but Mid-Way USA has had some. I'm good for a while as I loaded up with powder, Brass, bullets and primer I purchased the 1st time he got elected.
Originally Posted by typically8
Have the same pistol and love it to death. Finding magazines was a royal PITA but I was able to track down 2 extra 9rd - the 12s are darn near impossible to get your hands on right now. I'd recommend getting a Pearce Grip for your 9 rounder. Makes a HUGE difference.
This is my Colt 1908 Hammerless that I just purchased. The gun was manufactured in 1921. The 1908's came in .380 caliber, they were made off the 1903 model .32 caliber.
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It measures 6 3/4"long.
thats a great gun my next one is a 1911
Grandfather has a 1903 pocket that I hope to have willed to me, his collection is amazing and hope to keep that all in the family.
Nice little pocket pistol!
And DP, I've was thinking about getting an extension, thanks. That thing sure is accurate though for a 3" barrel!
My wife picked up her gun from Cabela's yesterday as well. We got it out and ran some rounds though it today. It's a nice little shooter too.
My wife didn't want any pics of her shooting cause she was in sweats and no makeup, but we did get some pics of me teaching my youngest how to shoot it (the oldest didn't want to step out of the house :rolleyes:)
Wabbit, congrats on taking the daughter out shooting! We raised two daughters and two sons. They all took hunters safety and I enjoyed taking them all out shooting. Everyone of them became quite good shots. My youngest daugther showed up all the boys on the field day in her hunters safety class. They used to take all the kids out trap shooting and shooting .22's at targets on a Saturday after they passed thier test. I don't think they do that any more. Now I take the grandkids. My boys took up the bow but neither of the girls ever wanted to. My oldest granddaughter is starting to shoot the bow though.