Trigger pull on mine is absolutely terrible. Like pulling a bag of trash up a flight of stairs using your trigger finger; 3 separate stages of creep, and you can HEAR the grating in a quiet room. I've shot a lot of ARs and M16s over the years; they must have spec'ed a special parts contract to get a trigger to feel this bad. I'll clean it up a bit, but I see a new trigger/hammer assembly on the horizon... Lefties take note: Yesterday, I pulled the parts out of the lower receiver, and it appears as though the safety lever is reversible for left-handed use (two sets of detent cutouts, one on each end). Even though I shoot lefty, I didn't try it as my other ARs have conventional safeties and I want all my guns to work the same, but the option is there, apparently. Remove the pistol grip (two springs/detents/holes to keep track of; don't lose anything or mix them up!), make sure the hammer is cocked, and slide the safety out to reverse it. Stock tube is hollow with a cheesy synthetic cap/plug accessible from the outside, through the rear hole in the stock. The plug fell off in the first hundred rounds, but I still see a prime spot to stash a few extra rounds of ammo if a secure plug could be fashioned. Anyone tried this yet? This thing is gonna be worse than a boat for pouring money into it. I already want a full Magpul furniture set, several different scope/dot-sight setups, and a handful of mags of course. So far, I've added an ambi-model Ergo grip, a Brownell's flash hider adapter and A1 FH, basic black ladder rail covers, and a TruGlo red/green circle-dot sight in a cheesy QD mount (can see the sights in the lower third of the tube, though, and I really like that). Just the beginning, I'm sure... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!