Back in the early '80s I owned one in .380 caliber. Reliable with FMJ ammo, fun to shoot, not a target gun but could keep them all in the middle of a silhouette at 15 yards.
Eventually, the ejector bent downward under the beating of the casings, and then reliability went in the toilet. I had a gunsmith fix it, then traded it off for something else, as I wanted a gun I could shoot a LOT.
I really loved how thin and handy it was, and yes, as I remember, it seemed to be a fairly close reduced-scale copy of a 1911.