With the upcoming election and anti-gun stuff you read, it was time to buy yet another pistol, just because. I have always read so much about the G19 that I thought it might fill an imaginary void in my collection of shooters. Having a G17, I had to talk myself into the only slightly smaller G19. Found a great deal at Grab-a-gun and had them ship it to a local FFL. After dry firing and not caring for the almost 7.5 lb trigger pull I do what I always do; I do the the 25 cent Glock trigger job and slightly recontour and polish the top of the firing pin safety plunger. I very slightly reduced the safety plunger spring tension and replace the trigger spring with a heavier unit that reduces pull. This reduced the pull to a very smooth and crisp 5.25 lbs. Additionally I tried the Zev 3.5 connector but it failed to reset half the time. That was sent back same day to Midway. Time for a couple of trips to the range. After about 150 rounds of various reload recipes with different powders and bullet types, I had no failures of any type with any load and the trigger continued to smooth out. Could not be happier. I have ordered a Crossbreed IWB Super-tuk that will compete with my 9mm Shield for carry during the cooler months here in Georgia. Shown is an off-hand group at 10 yards. While not all were that good, others were not much worse.