I'll be completely honest, I've always hated polymer guns. However, after getting my CCL I realized I was going to be putting wear, etc. on my $1,000 guns and I couldn't have that. So I began looking for a cheap alternative that I could scuff up or whatever(not intentionally just from years of using it) but I didn't want to get something that I couldn't trust to save my life. So I initially decided on a Glock--that's when I saw this gun:
When I bought this package it was $430(People sell this gun for $600 where I'm from, sometimes used) which the Glock I wanted was $100 more. Here's the pros:
1. It has an attachment rail.
2. It has an ambidextrous safety.
3. It's cheaper
4. Quality-wise, from what I can see there is no difference minus this gun is a little bigger than the Glock 26(which is basically it's direct competition)
So anyways I went out and bought the cheapest ammo I could find, if it shoots the lowest grain load ammo out there--it will shoot anything. I put 100 rounds of 115grain FMJs through it, it functioned flawlessly. Best of all, the 3" barrel was far more accurate than I had ever anticipated. I was getting 2 inch groupings from 25 yards out which is probably twice as far than you'll ever be using a smaller gun like this. I'm sold on polymer guns now, I intend to get a matching pair of Glock 19s soon enough. :)
As always Buds was great, got the gun to me immediately, etc. You really can't go wrong buying this gun or from buds.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]