Home Handguns Beretta M9 vs. Chiappa M9 22 Handguns Beretta M9 vs. Chiappa M9 22 By Robert Farago - August 16, 2011 14 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ You buy! You buy! Save plenty money. Why buy big bullet? Save money! Buy gun! You buy gun now! ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Mossberg’s New MC2sc 11+1 Miro Compact 9mm Pistol Springfield Brings Back Browning’s Hi-Power With the New SA-35 9mm Pistol Basic Gun Skills: Why You Still Need to Know How to Run a Revolver…and Other Pistol Types, Too 14 COMMENTS Haha! Will this gun “love you long time” as well? Reply GSG 1911-22. Same cheap ammo in a prettier gun*. Not to mention apparently everyone who has one loves it. I’m very partial to 1911’s Reply Love my GSG-1911, I just need more mags… Why does every .22 only come with ONE mag??? Reply Why does every .22 only come with ONE mag??? It’s a conspiracy! I just bought a GSG 1911 that I’m picking up tomorrow. It’s my first real* gun and figured it’d be nice to get something I can put 500 rounds downrange without it costing an arm and a leg. *non air rifles Reply Beretta Neos comes with two mags. Or it did when I bought one a few years ago. Reply ruger 22/45 comes with 2 mags Reply This thing is probably junk, if the chiappa 1911 is any indicator to chiappa’s quality control. I had 2 GSG 1911’s, and both had the slide split open on the left of the rear dovetail under 600 rounds. Got my money back after the second one split. Next time I’m getting a Ruger. Reply Bought one today. Very pretty. Too bad it doesn’t work. Fails to feed, fails to eject, hammer follows slide down, slide doesn’t lock back after last round, assembly instructions in manual wrong. Real junk. Will try different ammo, delude myself it just needs to “beak in” and then get rid of it. Reply JUNK. I bought one February 22. JUNK. Sent it in the following Tuesday for repairs.(failure to feed, JUNK failure to extract, JUNK sticking action, JUNK last round slide lock not working, JUNK when the last round lock open did work, there was still a round in the mag.) JUNK. Recieved it back march 14th. JUNK (starting to get a theme here??) JUNK. Sent in again for all the same problems April 11th. JUNK. I’ll bet that poor woman’s ear was bleeding by the time i got off the phone with her. JUNK. They offer the possibility of sending a SAA 1873 22 instead, I’m hoping they do and I’m hoping it works a hell of alot better than the JUNK M9-22. JUNK. Reply Come one, tell us how you honestly feel. Reply I know this is an old post, but this weapon M9-22 requires a HV 22 cal. with a muzzle velocity of 1100 FPS. minimum. The first time I tried mine I used a standard velocity 22 (1060 FPS) and it would not auto load properly (sounds like the same problem you had). A fellow shooter gave me some HV .22 to try (1300 FPS). It fired perfectly without a miss. I guess if the instructions say use a HV bullet with a minimum velocity of 1100 FPS you should do as it says. Good gun with the proper ammo used. Very accurate at 25 yards. Reply Geez. I guess my experience was better than most. My M-9 worked just great !! Smooth trigger and excellent consistency in impact point. Sweet to the max. There’s a “but.” But, when I was swapping grips, a small wire spring dropped out and now the trigger is DOA. So, the little guy is on its way back to Daddy Chiappa, with a prepaid mailing label. We’ll see how it goes. As I’m waiting, I just bought a SECOND one, from Bud’s, for about $158, delivered. Yup. It’s a disease. Reply Straight junk, bought one of these and have had problems with it ever since, I’ve about had it with this m9-22 that Chiappa makes. I’ve had it sent in twice for repairs and it’s going back for repairs for the third time in 2 months of sending and receiving it. Reply How Much does it weights empty and how Much Is the trigger pull?Thanx very Much for your reply Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.