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    Sig makes the mosquito. Everything on it is just like the rest of Sigs line up. So if you carried a large frame it would come in handy to be able to practice with 22.

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    Every new shooter I've ever worked with I've started on a .22. Some of you may remember the thread on the old site. SIL had a DA moment starting #1 granddaughter on a .243 or .308 (forget which) for her junior elk hunt. And of course got the expected results. I fixed that problem real quick. Time on a .22 to learn the basics the right way and when she was ready, moved her up to the next level. Now, she and #2 granddaughter share my M4. I may not ever see it again.

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    Still remember one of the best Christmas gifts you could get was a brick of 22's.
    I'm not a proctologist, but I know one when I see it.

    Everyone has a plan until they're punched in the face,
    (including the horse).

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    Said for many years that a suppressed .22 rifle is one of the most useful firearms out there.
    Shhhhhhhhhh !

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    Here is a cute little 22 cal.
    https://imgur.com/gallery/j5QHUBz

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    That's really cool.
    Why is it that those that know the least, know it the loudest?
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    Still remember one of the best Christmas gifts you could get was a brick of 22's.
    Dad used to get me a Remington or Winchester 22 tin for Christmas every year. I still have a few of them even unopened.
    he did this from the time I was around 8-10 till he passed away.

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    Guess I'm not the only one who loves the pump .22 gallery guns. Since I retired I searched out and bought 6 of the Winchester 1890s in .22WRF and .22short. Fun as hell! Gave one to my grandson on his 18 birthday. He was crazy happy. So there is hope for the youth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyTF View Post
    Guess I'm not the only one who loves the pump .22 gallery guns. Since I retired I searched out and bought 6 of the Winchester 1890s in .22WRF and .22short. Fun as hell! Gave one to my grandson on his 18 birthday. He was crazy happy. So there is hope for the youth.
    Love 'em.
    Had a Winny and a Springfield "Miserable" Loader.
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