It works for cars, not so much for guns. Things like this are why I'm not a fan of guns with zinc mim(ZAMAK) slides. My .22 Bersa has a steel slide and is cheaper than a Mosquito with a potmetal slide.
Also, I laughed out loud at Para's comment, "So, the front fell off."
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
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Thats why I got the walther p22
I like the guy who said, "If it helps, I'm a certified JB welder."
WOW. and to think, i was considering a Mosquito at one point. looks like Sig's quality really HAS fallen through the floor.
Dakotas - Indeed. Hooray potmetal guns! I almost bought a P22 as my 1st gun. Thank god that didn't happen.
Bluesun - Yeah, file that one under "What could possibly go wrong."
Falnfenix - The Mosquito has always been a potmetal gun. I look at Sigs CS issues, quality issues with new P-Series guns and of course the P250, P238, etc. as indicative of their declining quality. And to think they made such good guns in the 80's and 90's.
Of course slides can crack and sheer off of ANY gun, it's just more likely when it's made of shit metal.
Dakotas5, your P22 will do the EXACT same thing...likely with a lower round-count because of how the slide-serrations are cut.
Better on a .22 than on a center-fire Hi-Point! That happens too!
Yeah the Mosquito and P22 are wicked cool looking guns and they're fun to shoot when
#1, they don't Jam
#2, They don't crack
#3, You don't have to dick with their bullshit mag disconnects!
I bought a S&W617. I did shoot the cylinder out of time...took S&W two weeks to fix it. I paid $25 to have it shipped...
Weer'd - Yep, the Walther P22 is made of the exact same MIM zinc potmetal.
I assumed Dakota was being sarcastic though....
Why would anyone make a slide out of cast zinc? They do know that bullets come out of there right?
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