Things I liked:Accuracy: This gun was dead on accurate at ten meters right out of the box.
Powerful. Realistic weight and appearance with nice looking wood grips. Trigger: Very smooth and predictable. Operating grip safety. Things I would have changed:The white lettering is very distracting. Would have been better if laser engraved. Narrower rear sight notch. Grip: The grip is much thicker than an actual 1911. Less expensive. What others should know:Gun comes in an attractive blue, padded, hard case. The gun itself is in a clear plastic bag. If you like hand gunning, than you'll get hours of enjoyment shooting this one.
Things I liked:Ease of installation. Crisp click adjustments. Appearance on the gun. It easily aligns with the front sight shroud making it easy to acquire bullseye targets. Things I would have changed:This sight needs directional arrows on the adjustment knobs. What others should know:No allen wrench came with this sight, and none of mine would fit it. I had to go out a purchase a 9/64 hex wrench.
Things I liked:Sights: Three dot pattern jumps right out at you. Weight: Decent. Finish: Very realistic. Accuracy: Awesome right out of the box. It consistantly hit the bullseye right at the top of the front sight at ten meters. Things I would have changed:I don't like all the warning messages on the right side being painted on with white paint. They should have been etched into the gun like the trades on the left side. I would also make it a pellet gun only. I don't shoot BBs out of it. Besides my BB magazine only held six BBs. Two just kept falling through while I tried to load it. Yes, I was loading it from the correct side. What others should know:The description states that it is double-action only. That is incorrect. To shoot single-action just pull the rear of the slide back just lke on the Walther CP99. Overall I think this is a very good gun, and a considerable value for the price.