Just picked this up from my FFL buddy today. The gun originally belonged to a friend of his, and I fired it a few times about a month ago and fell in love....or perhaps lust. Anyway, got it home took it apart, cleaned it, and familiarized myself with the operation and take down. Its different, and perhaps a smidge harder than a tilting barrel gun, but its still not difficult. The components fit together with almost no play at lock up. Slide has no wobble, and I mean that literally. barrels got the very slightest play, you can feel it and hear it if you wiggle the tip of the barrel, but cant actually see it move. All in all this thing is tighter than almost any of my other handguns. Something a lot of the reviews I watched (all that i can remember, but im sure some else noticed) didnt mention, was how robust the steel internal frame is. The rails are longer and thicker than most, if not all of the guns I own, this thing is way over built. The barrel also has a flat breech face with a significant sidewall. Its about as fully supported as you can get. The slide is simple compared to many other guns. Firing pin and spring are retained by a pin, no firing pin safety, the extractor looks to be either held on by a screw, or just slides onto a post. The slide is also pretty wide..you can kinda see that compared to my Canik....its not squat like a glock slide tho. I played with the back straps, and much to my surprise, it comes with one that has a beaver tail, and is large enough for my fat hands to get decent trigger position without having to roll my hand or bend my index fingers back in on themselves. Even my Canik with a freedom smith dosent give me as much reach as id like. It also gives me enough space to actually get my support hand ON the grip, rather than grabbing the tips of my shooting hand fingers. To be fair, I could well be doing everything wrong and normal size guns are fine, i just dont hold them right lol. Triggers very, very nice. Double actions smooth, and as far as i can tell stack free @ about 8Lbs (my trigger pull gauge is a fish scale). Single actions very smooth, if a little creepy @ 3lbs. My Canik, and RIA 2011 both have good trigger. Both are crisper and shorter, but neither is as light, or as smooth. Sights are really nice, but not much to say about them lol. I havent shot much more than maybe 50-75 rounds thru the gun last time we were out, but I couldnt tell much difference in recoil impulse from the rotating barrel. Hitting the popper on the hostage target was as easy as putting the red dot on it and pulling the trigger tho....think were only shooting at 15-20yds tho. Im hoping to spend more time at the range after this weekend, which is the last for muzzy. Im looking forward to spending more time with this thing, and and seeing how well it does against my other similar guns.....Honestly all of my guns are pretty similar, I dont own any small handguns besides my p32. I took a few pictures of the gun compared to my others, and I just realized my P32 is also my only US made auto pistol. .