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The GSG FireFly Tan 22LR features a wear-resistant alloy frame outfitted with an integrated accessory rail. The slide features adjustable sights, and along with the rugged blowback system, fixed barrel and superior ergonomic grip, the GSG FireFly delivers exceptional accuracy. Additional safeties include an internal locking device and slide mounted ambidextrous safety.
If the FireFly looks familiar, that's because it used to be known as the Sig Sauer Mosquito. GSG had previously manufactured this pistol for Sig Sauer, branding it with SIG's logo and the name Mosquito for years. GSG now manufactures this pistol under their own brand, renamed the GSG FireFly.
I am very happy with this gun. I am new to shooting, and so I read many, many reviews as well as forum content regarding the negatives surrounding the Mosquito and the mostly positives surrounding the Firefly. I read far enough to find plenty of people saying that when GSG decided to manufacture the gun and market it themselves, they addressed many of the jamming issues that made the Mosquito so unpopular. I picked it today from my local shop, took it home and easily disassembled it, cleaned it, oiled it, and reassembled it. Then I went to my local indoor range and fired about 300 rounds through it. Not a single jam or stovepipe. I use CCI ammo because I had seen in a video that GSG recommends CCI for this gun. While that might be a deal breaker for some, it is not for me. This gun has a very light trigger pull, and feels good in my hand. The finish is flawless. My Firefly did not come with an owners manual, but I found it online at GSG's website and I have it on my iPAD. It is not very clear to a novice such as myself diagrams are lacking, but luckily we have many competent people putting out videos on YouTube that will help people like me to learn how to safely disassemble, clean, and maintain our firearms. So yeah: I'm very happy with this purchase.
I bought this because my range buddy has a $1200 22 that he shoots all day, and I always run out of ammo for my 40, so I wanted something that was cheaper to shoot. I'm not a big fan of 22 pistols. They are unreliable, and in my opinion, for children or people learning to shoot. That being said, I put 550 rounds through this pistol the first day out with it and I did have several jams, but a lot less than I thought it would. The biggest issue I have with it is that it's very finicky with ammo. It will shoot Remington and CCI just fine, but won't shoot Aguila or Federal at all. It stove pipes every single shot. Overall, you're getting a Sig Mosquito for half the price.
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