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So far... no luck. I've taken my mosquito out to the range twice now. The first time I had 100% failure on extraction and about 50% failure on feeding. I blamed the ammo for that one. I took the gun home and gave it a thorough cleaning just in case it was over oiled and I bought 2 different brands of ammo. Yesterday I took the gun out to the range and the feeding problem was gone but the extraction still failed 100% of the time. I've come to the conclusion that the ammo is fine (it worked great in my GSG 522) and the gun must be defective.
Looking directly at the front of the gun I think that the top slide is rubbing against the bottom of the barrel. I'm not sure if this the cause or if this is the expected quality of manufacture.
I'm trying to figure out what my next step should be. I am open to suggestions, but at this point the gun looks pretty and that's about it, because a semi-automatic gun that doesn't extract spent ammo isn't going to work for me.