Chiappa Firearms M9-22

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Summary: The description, specs, user ratings, pricing, photo and user ratings for the Chiappa Firearms M9-22 pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description
Chiappa Firearms M9-22 left side photo

The Standard model with black plastic grips.

Chiappa Firearms’ M9-22 is a semiauto pistol that reproduces the Beretta 92F with one large difference: It’s chambered in .22 LR.

The M9-22 is available in two models: 1) Standard, with a fixed front sight and windage adjustable rear sight, and wooden or black plastic grips, and 2) Tactical, with Novak style fiber optic sights and black plastic grips. Both feature a black finish.

Threaded barrels and fake suppressors are also available.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Weight
.22 LR 10+1 5″ 8.5″ 2.3 lbs.

MSRP: $229 (Standard w/black plastic grips)
MSRP: $243 (Standard w/wood grips)
MSRP: n/a (Tactical)

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Chiappa Firearms M9-22 wood left side photo

Standard model, wood grips.

Chiappa Firearms M9-22 Tactical left side photo

The Tactical model.

4 thoughts on “Chiappa Firearms M9-22

  1. Rob

    I love the look of the handgun but when you pay $330.00 you should expect it to work correctly. I had the blue paint just behind the front part of the slide (front sight post) scrap off. I lubacated the barrel before shot it and the firearm had 2 scraps down both sides of the barrel from where the slide was taking the paint off! This was after 23 rounds fired! Other parts of the firearm looked to still have machine marks in them, one of the most noticeable areas is the nose of the barrel, it had very deep saw marks that should have been removed before they painted over them to cover the machine marks up. The last round hold open wouldn’t work, and the gun was so nasty that a full cleaning was needed for the slide to start working. From a manufacture who repeats quality over and over, Chiappa can do better.

    Now for what I liked, the aim was dead nuts at 25 feet, it felt great in my hand, and for the one day I enjoyed it before sending back to the factory, it didn’t have any FTF or FTE in the 23 rounds I shot.

  2. Rob

    PS, for the same price you can get a Mosquito, my Mosquito has over 1200 rounds without a single failure (I use CCI Mini Mags only) and no visible wear of the internal parts or barrel. Same price and 10 times better quality.

  3. Rob

    Update, I contacted the factory today to inquire about turnaround time for repairs. They stated that my original M9 had a problem during manufacturing and when the next productions come in they would ship me a brand new gun. When I get the new M9-22 I will let everyone know how there new production model is working.

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