About a year ago, a LGS offered me a new Arsenal Strike One at-cost ($800 OTD if memory serves). I loved how the gun sat in my hand with that beautifully low bore axis and the 5 inch barrel balanced well for me. The trigger is VERY smooth but the reset is..."barely there" is probably generous. I bought it. Fast forward to yesterday. The thing sat around, unfired, and I finally decided to take it out for a spin. I had 130 rounds of IMI 115gr FMJ. I have no idea if it was the ammo or the gun but the thing shot very snappy. I would have sworn I was shooting a compact 40 S&W. That said, it fired every round without fail. Accurate enough for my ability. The trigger reset was very easy to ride. Only "shorted" it once. Training with it would assuredly prevent that from happening again (and on that one short stroke I just let the trigger forward, aimed, & "bang", good to go). I've considered selling it off, but the reliability thus far has me strongly leaning towards "keep it". I'm not recoil averse by any means, but it was far jumpier in my hands than even my PX4 Storm Subcompact. Caught me off guard given that it's just 9mm. Think next time I'll use some Winchester white box or similar & see how it runs. Maybe even a box or two of Tula just to test how reliable it really is.