Picked it up a new 40s&w on trade and just wanted a cheap backpack gun. I wasn’t expecting much at all in performance, but it really did surprise me, even in bone stock form it shot 4 different loads without issue for a total of 250 rounds and accuracy was very acceptable given the mushy trigger and horrible sight picture. My plans for this gun is to make it comfortable to shoot and make it a bit more robust in areas yet keep the cost down. I can’t see putting a $200 redlion forend on a $400 gun , kind of defeats the price point imho although it is functional and looks nice. I am thinking remove the sights and try and find a long thread protector, add a reflex (sightmark z series ultra shot) onto the existing rails via QD after I sand them level because they are domed from the factory. This is to raise my sight picture a bit and get off the buffer tube. Then add the MCARBO flat trigger and springs and aluminum trigger guard and screw kit.