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Yup, it's a pistol...Hmmmm, only saving graces are it's uses the full-size S&W5906 mags I just got with my purchasing that pistol from Bud's at the same time. Not Bud's fault but, the slow boat shipping sorta cooled my ardor for this puppy...but, that's to be expected. Not a pistol that works bare-handed well(sharp-bitey checkering combined with a rough finish on the plastic frame makes you really regret hanging on to thing when it goes bang(!)... I am already packing it up to send to Dale Hunnicut of gripreductions.com to smooth the overall finish of the polymer and do something smooth the checkering down and give it a little tackiness to aid bare-handed use(wearing thin leather gloves is sort of a giveaway if you want to go CCW with this thing). "xxxM85xxx" on YouTube has a practical and cheap "soft-rubber-stop" glued in behind the trigger to aid in finding the point where it breaks...asking Mr. Hunnicutt if he can do something more elegant than that. Overall I have played with DAO triggers on the Taurus Millennium line and the new Diamondback .380 is WAY smoother than this one but, that's in the price. The final nail in the P11's coffin will be if all the above effort does not make it tolerable to shoot often and accurately... I will have to wait and see on that point. Using the larger mags makes the grip on this pistol better though.