i traded my .22 for a 9mm bryco jenning 9mm. before i did it i looked it up and saw all the poor reviews. i took it out to the range yesterday and to my suprise it did not explode. it fired every time i pulled the trigger. and was pretty acurate as well. the only issue i had was the rear end of the firing pin was poking out of the back to much, to let you know its live. so i took a pair of needle nose and snipped it at the base. broke out a grinder and grinded the nub left to flat. that just leaves the guide rod and the firing pin on the front side, anyways i adjusted to clip by pinching the top of the clip a tiny but closer so it can feed easier. all in all it seems worth my .22 i traded for it. any opinions? i would prefer people who have either owned or fired it to respond. thanks!