Got the gun cleaned and prepped. Takedown is easy enough. It requires something like a small screwdriver to pry the takedown pin out. I wiped it all down with CLP and gun oil, reassembled it, and took it to the farm to shoot it. It came with two short, 10 round mags. 15 rounders are available. The mags are a bit stiff to load. They fit well and when you press the release they eject smartly out of the grip. It was about 20° and windy so shooting was miserable. I only ran two mags through it before I said, "Screw this, I'll wait for a nicer day". There were no failures of any kind. The sights are very easy and quick, much quicker than the 3 dot setup on the SR9. For me, the Sec 9 is a good pointer. Recoil is not stiff, but the gun is light and it does jump around a bit. Due to the cold and wind I wasn't aiming too carefully. At 10 long paces the first mag was about 6 or 7 inches and the group centered about 3-4 inches right of aim. The second group was fired as quick as I could put the front sight back on the 3 inch bullseye. Surprisingly that group only opened up a couple more inches horizontally, and vertical dispersion was only a couple inches more. The sights really work well. They will need to be drifted... I'll run some more rounds through on a nicer day. For now I'm pleased. I'm quite sure that with careful aim and higher quality ammo I'll be able to get 4-5" groups. That's good enough for my purposes.