Thursday night my wife came home and said, "I got paid early! Let's go get you a gun!". My paycheck always goes to bills, but hers (paid once a month) we try to do fun stuff with. So I realize there are already a bazillion reviews out on this firearm, but I'm gonna give my impressions anyway. Out of the box, I immediately noticed that the fit and finish was acceptable, but not nearly as nice as my Glock 19. The more guns I handle, the more I realize how much value you get from a Glock. However, the difference in price tells me I'm comparing apples and oranges. I can't complain about a little machining evidence on a gun that costs less than $300. When I field stripped it, I was a little disappointed to find the absence of a firing pin block... I also read in the manual that the firearm is not drop safe. I'm pretty sure I remember a recall happening a while back where they changed something about the firing pin (made it lighter maybe?) so that it wouldn't fire when dropped... Maybe they never updated the manual, or maybe I dreamed all that up. It seems like racking a round in is a little finicky... Not as bad as my brother's Kahr P380, but I can't baby it home like I can with my Glock 19. Also, manually ejecting a round has to be a swift firm action, unlike with a Glock. The ejector is tiny, I guess to save on size and weight. It works fine once I figured that out though. I've just been spoiled by my Glock. The trigger felt awful at first, but after about 60 rounds and at least that many dry fires, it is very smooth. No grittiness, and it doesn't feel like it stacks up at the end. It is very heavy, but trigger weight doesn't make a lick of difference to me, smoothness and predictable break are the only thing I care about and the LCP is acceptable in both those categories. The reset is weird. It feels like it has reset before it actually has. I have noticed that some DA revolvers are that way too. Also I am sort of disappointed that it's not a real double action, it has to be half cocked like striker guns. I took it to the range today and put 50 rounds of UMC and 10 Gold Dots through it. I realize that's not as much as some people require of their carry guns, but it ran flawlessly for those rounds, and it will certainly see more range time in the coming weeks. It shoots better than I had hoped. At 10 yards I was able to keep most rounds on the Shoot-N-C Gopher I was using as a target. The sights are small, but plenty usable. The shape of the gun makes it pretty uncomfortable to shoot, but it doesn't feel like my purchase on the grip is affected by its poor ergonomics. Obviously a nice ergonomic grip would ruin its biggest strength- concealability. And the main reason I bought it, it carries wonderfully. I have already carried it with and without my Glock 19. It feels great to throw it in my pocket at the beginning of the day and never take it out until bed. Now I can always have a firearm on me, even when my Glock won't work. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!