|Grips||Black Polymer Grip/Frame|
|Sights||Drift Adjustable, Low Profile White Bar-Dot Combat|
|Magazines||2 / 6 Round|
|Barrel Type||Match Grade Premium Lothar Walther|
|Slide Description||Stainless Steel|
|Left Hand Model||No|
- Accurate, not much flip, very stiff slide, ladies beware of tight slide (review by Harvey on 3/29/2015)
I got the model with the Crimson Trace laser, which you have to install (easily) yourself.
I found this tiny .380 well-made and surprisingly accurate, with iron-sight groupings at 5 yards about the same as my 9mm full-sized pistol at 7 yards.
The DAO trigger was lighter than I expected. The muzzle flip was much less than I expected, possibly because of the small distance from my hand to the barrel's bore.
In addition, the low recoil might have been because the slide spring is very well calibrated to the slide mass and load, not having much energy left to absorb at the end of the slide's travel. If so, I might get a surprisingly large flip when I try Buffalo Bore "+P".
The slide is very hard to move all the way back, especially as there is so little to grip. I hope it will ease up with break-in. I've run 150 rounds and estimate it might take 500 before it eases (if it ever will). For women especially, I recommend trying it at the store before purchase.