- Alloy frame
- Double/Single action
- Barrel length 3.5"
- Overall length 7 ¼”
- Height 5”
- Width 1 1/8”
- Land/groove rifling
- magazine capacity 14-rds
- White, Three-dot sights
The steel slide is finished with a black poly-coat. Appears durable, only time will tell. The slide/frame fit is superb, with no rattle. Racking the slide is smooth.
The de-cocking lever drops the hammer to a half-cocked carry position.
The double-action trigger-pull is light, though rough. I suspect it will smooth out with use.
The grip panels are rubber-ish and contoured, providing plenty of grip. The pistol points naturally on the vertical plane, although slightly to my right (firing hand) horizontally. I need to work on my grip to correct this.
The magazine floorplate is coated in rubber, protecting the magazine from impact.
I took it to the range and I was quite impressed with the results.
The accuracy (from a bench) slightly exceeded that of my 941, although it's lighter-weight made it slightly less pleasant to shoot.
Included with the pistol was:
Sturdy carrying case
Cleaning tools (brush and rod)
One extra magazine
CD with digital user's-manual and product catalogs
Test fire sheet (showing a 5-round group from the factory)