Well I saw it and thought thats a great size gun especially on a motorcycle. Iam going to test it out in a little while and I will let yall know how it does. I have actually already forgot that I was carrying it a few times even though its 4 hours old .
I have had one in my pocket now for the last six months or so and yes I know what you mean. Just get a good grip on it and let her rip at 7 to 10 feet they are great. They are made for up close and personal and are not a range gun. I shoot 2 or 3 mags through mine every time I go to the range just to stay tuned up with it.Good luck.
Well took it to the range and I was suprised especially after reading some reports. Set up at about 7 yards and it was pretty accurate and felt much better then I expected. So overall Iam very pleased with the gun and would recommend it to anyone looking for a small lightweight pistol for CCW
Thanks Baldy, I read your recomendation in another thread about breaking it in with 200 rounds and it felt smoother. So I plan on going out every week and putting 20-30 rounds through it, So far I really like it.
Here's what an ex-Leo firend says about them. "They are a smell their breath gun that you stick up their nose or into their eye and pull the trigger twice". He's got one too and we fire off a couple of mags together every now and then. Good luck wit yours.
Set up at about 7 yards and it was pretty accurate and felt much better then I expected. So overall Iam very pleased with the gun and would recommend it to anyone looking for a small lightweight pistol for CCW
This is my experience as well. At 5 yards, it is very accurate, and at 7 yards, it still shoots about as good as I do.