Was somewhat skeptical about the firearm, but performed to acceptable standards for a shooting range. Recoil is quite manageable for a firearm of its size and caliber.
Do not use steel case ammo. 80% of the time you\'ll get a light primer strike. Anything brass is likely to function with decent reliability. The light primer strike is cause for concern if this is to be a CCW. I recommend against carrying the DB-9 without first having the striker modified.
Had one failure to feed, one stovepipe, and eight light primer strikes in the first 300 rounds. Recommend going with a Glock 43 for a single stack 9mm. It is at least 100% reliable after break-in period.
DB-9 was impressively accurate up to 150 feet. Had no problem double tapping center mass or head shots from 7 yards. The double action trigger is very light.
Overall Impression: Could be a phenomenal carry gun if striker issue was remedied.
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]