Ok so I finely get to take it out and make it go bang :mrgreen: I started off the day learning to disassemble and reassemble the trigger and sear set up. Not to bad still like the 1911 better tho... While I had it apart I took the time to make sure there was no burs or anything on part #10 and #11.. Again all that was not to hard. I got it all put back together. So then I stripped the slide took a good look at parts #44 #45 #43. I did do some polishing on these mostly on #44. Yet again not to difficult to do.. At this point the trigger has improved. It is cleaner has a much more crisp feel to it,but still it's on the heavy side!! :evil: Ok so on to the shooting!!! 300 round of WWB. I have read so much on here I felt I had a good idea of what to expect and there were no surprises. Brass hitting me on the head the bill of my hat landing on my shoulders ect. That kind of stuff does not bother me and since most folks say it will stop after break in I am not worried.. The pull on the trigger is not so bad when while shooting.. I do not know if it is the sights or if I am moving the gun while pulling the trigger but my aim was off :roll: I know more practice will be needed and I don't mind that one bit.. So I shot 100 rounds of WWB whitout any trouble. I'm happy all is well. I am glad I got one of those UpLULA Universal Pistol Loader. What a life saver.. Now I start the 2nd box of WWB loaded all 4 mags and all go bang no problem.. Load all four again this time I am into the third box of WWB. After I load the first mag it goes into the pistol and the pistol goes into the holster. I am giving my settable cant BT a try for the first time My habit is to load the first and it goes in the gun second mag holder three and four in left hand back pocket. So I do this and walk over to where I was shooting from I have to take a step up and when I did it happened I heard and felt a faint thump at the same time looked down and I had dropped my gun!!!!! :shock: :shock: It fell right out of the holster nose down in the dirt. I have never done anything like this ever before and was in shock.. So I drop the mag rack the slide all while looking at the dirt on my new toy :cry: Pulled off the slide and popped off and looked through the barrel to make sure nothing was in it. Put it all back together and made it go bang. All I can think of was the whole Kydex thing is new to me and I must not have locked it back in the holster. I do not think it was the fault of the holster or the maker I do believe it was me. All I can say is from now on I will make da** sure to hear that **CLICK** as it locks into place. Now at this point I have shot over two hundred rounds. The first mag after I dropped it I had a failure to extract. The brass had a good mark on it where it tried. The next mag ran fine then on the third mag another failure to extract. Then the forth ran fine and I stopped for the day. I hope it was just me still in shock or maybe limp wristing it. I will run another few hundred through it and see what it does. No pic'a as I was just plinking away at paper plates and not hitting as well as I would have liked..