If you don't like everything about it you will not shoot it and if you don't shoot it, it's nothing more than a door stop. You will not be accurate with it if you should need it in a bad situation. Sell it and cut your loss and buy something you like better. Bin there and done that. Good luck.
Mr.Buckeye there's nothing wrong with the make of the gun. He just doesn't like it. Not all makes or for that matter models are for everybody. I have run into that same problem with S&W's and one Ruger I can think of. If the gun don't feel right you will never be any good with it. That's why I will not buy a gun till I have picked it up and felt the balance of it.