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Received the P1 with some slight wear on on the slide, but no real issues. Beautiful and historic Walther design to add along with my P5. Took it to the range and fired about 50 rounds. It was an unpleasant experience. Trigger slap was pronounced and I found my groups were far from tight. I went again about a week later. Felt the annoying trigger slap as it sprang forward after each shot, but hung in there and tried not to anticpate it. AND THEN, either the slap subsided, or my finger was getting numb (perhaps a bit of both), I became more one with the '1' and found this to be an exceptional pointable and ergonamic pistol. The groups became tighter and I moved the targets back further as they remained nice and tight. I had to get comfortable with this pistol and once I did, found it to shoot about as well as anything. I hear people say this is not a gun for the range, but for combat. I think it can be a gun for the range (only issue is trigger), and can't wait to get back out there. As surplus, I'm sure some shoot better than others. For the price and the solid Walther quality, I couldn't be happier.