Disclaimer: New Shooter!
This is for a Tristar T-120, Tungstun Grey, 9mm
Use: Home and Range
TIme in service: 200 Rounds
Finish: Flat Grey, no shine.
I like the weight of the gun in my hand. it's solid. I've only shot a Glock before, but have held others. I have a average sized hand, so take that for what it's worth.
My research led me to believe that the weight would help with recoil, but proper technique matters more.
At the range I've been able consistently place a tight group in the black for the 14 of the 17 round clips. (still working on technique) ranging from 10-15 feet.
Clearly I still have some time to put in, but I believe I have made a good choice in pistol.
So far I have not had any mechanical feed issues. I've only shot Brass Federal Luger ammo.
I have taken the gun apart to clean it easily and reassembled just as easily.
The external finish is still new and cleans up easily.
The double action is heavy, but many described it has a clean break, but that goes beyond my comprehension.
My gauge is that i hit my target on the first shot without cocking, and I was able to do just that.
The trigger reset is invisible to me as a newbie, but again using a slow fire technique, I can pull and get back on target as quickly as I can refocus.
The force required is far less of the double action.
Hope this helps someone.
Thanks again to Bud's developers for a great site.
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!