SIG Sauer Mosquito

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the SIG Sauer Mosquito pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

SIG Sauer‘s Mosquito pistol is built on a polymer frame and chambered in .22 LR. The Mosquito is 90% the size of SIG’s P226.

The Mosquito features a wear-resistant polymer frame outfitted with an integrated accessory rail. The slide features adjustable sights, along with a blowback system, fixed barrel and ergonomic grip. Additional safeties include an internal locking device and slide-mounted ambidextrous safety.

The reverse twotone model.

The reverse twotone model.

Available finishes included blued, two-tone, reverse two-tone, pink, winter white digital camo, desert digital camo, multi-camo, flat dark earth, olive drab and purple.

Note: The pink frame finish, while wear resistant, is a decorative coating that can be expected to experience wear from holstering or accessory mounting. SIG says avoid contact with bore solvents or similar cleaning agents with this finish.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
.22 LR 10+1 3.9″ 7.2″ 5.3″ 1.5″ 24.6 oz.


MSRP: $390–$502

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The twotone model.

The twotone model.

The desert digital camo model.

The desert digital camo model.

The pink frame.

The pink frame.

The Mosquito with the flat dark earth finish.

The Mosquito with the flat dark earth finish.

The Mosquito with the multi-camo finish.

The Mosquito with the multi-camo finish.

The Mosquito with the olive drab finish.

The Mosquito with the olive drab finish.

The Mosquito with the purple finish.

The Mosquito with the purple finish.

One thought on “SIG Sauer Mosquito

  1. David Winson

    The Mosquito likes good ammo but is still fun with the cheap stuff using the supplied spring. I have put just over 1000 rounds through with out a fail using CCI. My wife loves it so it gets her to the range more often. I thought it would change the feel of my SigPro, however, it has had no effect. Just great practice…

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