I took advantage of Remington's Black Friday rebate and Hinterland Outfitter's sale and free Black Friday shipping to pick up a RM380 for $239.00 At first the trigger was OK but then right before it would break it felt like the trigger hit a wall - that's how I describe it. It took a lot of pressure to get that trigger to break. It was like my R9 until the very last when it hit a wall (only way I know how to describe it). But after a lot of dry-firing and a range session the trigger has gotten smoother and it breaks easier. A 10 pull average on the Lyman now shows 8 lbs 10.44 ounces. I took it to the range the other day. My first pull of the trigger sent a round downrange, my second pull of the trigger just went "CLICK", I took my left hand off the gun only to find that I had accidentally ejected the mag. I couldn't believe it. The original R380 had a heel magazine release but I never thought I'd unintentionally release a mag by accidentally hitting the side-mounted mag release button. I fired about 150 rounds through the gun after that and I didn't depress the magazine release again. I think I had the gun in a death grip at first, expecting the same kind of recoil I get with the R9. The RM380 is actually comfortable to shoot. I shot 150 rounds. A mix of WWB FMJ flat nose, Federal FMJ and Precision One 90gr Hornady XTPs. I didn't have any failures or malfunctions. The gun is capable of being pretty accurate, I just couldn't string together 5 good shots. On this shot group - the "flyer" was the fifth round. Shooting standing offhand 21 feet, 4 rounds in 3/4" the fifth round opened the group up to 1 3/4" I like being able to use 6 O'Clock hold, either the pistol shoots a little to the left or I'm shooting it a little to the left, but I like the height of the POI, its right on the money for 6 O'Clock hold. I did some rapid fire on a B27 target at 30 feet. I completely lose the black sights against a black background, but I was able to put most of the rounds in the 9 ring, some rounds crept up into the 7 ring, but they were still centerline, so that would be like shooting someone right between the collar bones. I'm pretty happy with the gun.