so i went to the range today to put some rounds through the Professional Operator and met up with a few friends, including lawdog and knedrgr. I shot Lawdog's No Name and it is a really nice gun. I love 20lpi checkering and the NN had 15lpi. I think that 15lpi might be my new favorite checkering LPI. The NN shot really well and it really wasn't a surprise from reading reviews of those that have them. It was on my list of guns to buy and has moved up a few notches. Once the word gets out, i'm sure that they'll get real busy building guns. The Pro Op actually felt lighter than it should even with a rail. The ATI FX Thunderbolt i handled at a shop a while ago felt quite heavier (from my memory). The first few mags i was getting used to it, but after that it was dead on. knedrgr shot the Pro and he shot a great group with it. Both the No Name and a Springfield Custom Shop gun are both high on his list now. It was Lawdog's first time shooting a 9mm 1911/2011 and it was very enjoyable. He also shot the Wilson w/ .22LR conversion which he also liked. This may be a shock to all, but he liked the flat triggers Lawdog also surprised me because all the LEO's that i see at the range are HORRIBLE shooters, it wasn't the case with him 2 of our other friends are still new to shooting (one being a college student still) and have polymer guns. After letting then shoot some of the 1911's they REALLY want one now Wanna kill these ads? We can help!