Was preparing to purchase one, when I was surprised and given one as a gift. It’s exactly what I was planning on getting. A parkerized Springfield Mil Spec. Finish is a nice, evenly applied and dark parkerized finish. It’s soaked up a few coats of oil, and looks perfect. The fit is not what I’d call loose, nor is it overly tight. In my opinion, it’s just about perfect. Takedown was no problem. Trigger has a slight amount of take up, with a nice clean break. The safety was a bit on the stiff side but seems to have smoothed up after some use. The factory mag inserts/ejects smoothly. No issues in the first 80 rounds with the supplied mag. In terms of functionality, it’s only got 80 rounds of assorted ammo down range. No failures to include Sig, Hornady, and Federal Hollow Points. In terms of extraction, I’ve loaded the pistol with a single round, dropped the mag, and fired. Repeated this several times. Each time, the pistol fired and cleanly ejected the spent casing at the 4 o clock position and landed about 8 feet away. A good start in my opinion. The pistol fires to point of aim at 30 feet. Using two hands, and taking my time, it is grouping about 2” and I’m sure it would tighten some if I shot it off a bench. Personally, I find the steel 3 dot sites easy to acquire and use. They’ll be staying. So far, so good. I’d like to put at least 500 rounds through it to get a better sense of reliability with a broad selection of ammo. Assuming it continues to perform as it has, I could very well see another in the future.