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Had this gun for a little while now. Here is my take on it.
The trigger takes some getting used to. It breaks nicely enough with about 5 lbs pressure.
I am grouping now with it, but the grouping is 4-6" low and 6-8" to the left. Otherwise, it is now gulping down roundball without problem. Semi-wadcutters need to be seated beyond the rim of the case or it will jam. Seated with about 3/64th an inch above the rim, or to 1.275" OAL will work everytime.
Unfortunately, the case it came in is a little cheesy, with just enough room for the gun and the spare magazine. Not solid like the PT1911 case, just a thin plastic. No foam cut-outs like the PT1911 has, just foam slabs.
The magazine loader just does not have a solid feel to it, being a plastic molded part. It works, but you have to get it just right or it just doesn't work like it should. Getting that last round in the mag is a hard thing to do. My suggestion would be to leave one bullet out and load it to 11, not 12.