Took the new toy (below) to the range today for initial wringing out. Up until today, I'd just "test-fired" a few rounds in the back yard. Today, ran a 50-round box of Blazer Brass through it and 12 rounds of Corbon DPX. The result was boringly, uneventful...ate everything without so much as a burp including, 1 mag of DPX as fast as I could cycle the trigger. Other than slicking up the feed ramp and removing a bit of a burr on 1 side of the ramp, I havn't touched it and unless I see a reason, don't intend to. The *sights* (I have a little trouble thinking of them as sights) are pretty much dead on if you do your part. I got hand-sized groups at 7 yards with fairly rapid fire so for what it is, in my book thats about all you could ask for. I like it...not only am I gonna' keep her, I'm letting her move into my pocket and call it home. I may have to let it out of the house more than I'd planned though. After putting it through its paces and swithching to the Glocks I shot the best series of groups I've had in probably 30 years. I think that l-o-n-g KT trigger pull may be underated as a training tool.