American Tactical Introduces the Purple GSG Firefly

Purple GSG Firefly

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- American Tactical, US manufacturer and world-wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment, is happy to introduce the new Purple GSG Firefly.

Now available in purple, the GSG FireFly comes in threaded and non-threaded barrel models. It 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 comes in threaded and non-threaded barrel models.

The GSG FireFly delivers remarkable accuracy. Additional safeties include an internal locking device and slide mounted ambidextrous safety and de-cocker. It’s the perfect pistol to learn how to shoot with.

The Purple Firefly is chambered in .22 LR. It his available with a 4″ threaded barrel (GERG2210TFFL) or a 4.9″ non-threaded barrel (GERG2210FFL). The frame is zinc alloy over molded polymer and the slide is zinc alloy. It has a 10-rd magazine capacity and an MSRP of $269.95.

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American Tactical is both an American manufacturer and a world wide importer of firearms, ammunition and tactical equipment to the United States of America. Offering customers a broad range of shooting sports and defense products, they search the globe to bring the best quality and prices to buyers. In addition, they manufacture many products in the United States to offer American-made options in their vast product lineup.

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    The GSG Firefly was my first handgun purchase – fun little gun to shoot. Reliable, but can be picky with ammo. From what I’ve read, this is the same gun that Sig marketed as their “Mosquito” a few years back. Fun little plinker, and not a bad first gun for someone who’s developing a firearm addiction later in life.

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    Lipstick on a pig!