I've had my G27 for a little while now and finally got a chance to get it to the range. Overall I'm pretty satisfied, shot it pretty much the same as my G22. It is a jumpy little sucker though. Definitely not a range gun to me. After about 50 rounds I was ready to put it away and start back with it's bigger brother. I was also looking forward to some quality time with it as well. I have always had issues with pulling my shots to the right. I finally figured it out. Before all of my shooting was at work which is always timing qualification rounds. I have never had time to go slow and really pay attention to trigger feel and what the gun was doing in my hand. All we have to do is get it in the 8 ring for maximum points so it wasn't affesting my scores. Anyways, after my first shot the gun is jumping in my hand a bit and the rest of the shots are basically being pulling with my tip finger joint. I tried everything I could think of and couldn't fix it. Looks like I need some grip tape. Recommendations? Overall I burned around 250 rounds without a single issue. Most of it was 180 grain Federal FMJ. A few mags were some 155gr Federal JHP's I got for free from a buddy. It is true what I have read, the lighter loads are snappier. Also went through some Winchester JHP 165gr as well. Overall I am thoroughly convinced 180gr is the load for me. Even though I have never shot one I am thinking of picking up a 9mm at some point for a range gun. After a while the recoil can get a bit tiresome but it would be range only, everything else will stay .40. I also learned an important lesson today. In ear plugs don't work worth a damn at an indoor range! Definitely going to have to invest in some over the ears before my next trip, have to find some more ammo first.