Lots of you will remember my wailing and gnashing of teeth with the Ruger LCP. If not, have a wink here == Carry piece problem solved Maybe - Ruger LCP review | Survival Forums Recently, as in a couple weeks ago, the LCP went away, replaced by the subject Sig. So far, the shooting has been limited to break-in and general testing with a short range of ammo. (Fiocchi hardball, Federal JHP and a few of the very expensive Hornady Critical defense.) It choked on none of the above, even when I tried a deliberate limp wrist. For those that like 1911s like I do, this is as close to a mini 1911 as you can imagine, lacking only a grip safety to be essentially identical in form and function. No, it is NOT as small as the LCP, but small enough that it hides well on my slender frame. Moreover, these ancient bones and muscles have no problem racking, and the trigger travel is mercifully short in comparison to the LCP as well as smooth and nearly crisp right out of the box; I expect that will improve with more breaking in. The slightly heavier than the LCP weight aids tremendously with control and recovery as does the larger size. (Big meathooks will have problems with the size.) Accuracy testing will come later when I get a chance to bench it. For now, it looks to shoot a mite low when I was hammering falling plates at roughly 30 feet. White dot sights are easy to pick up, too, rather than the all black found on some. As of now, I'm using the supplied plastic paddle. That needed a mod to allow the tension screw to tighten up enough to hold the pistol in, and it loosens up in a matter of minutes in use, NFG. I'll be looking for an IWB holster in the not too distant future, and getting an extended mag for it simply for the extra round, it's not needed for my grip. Worth twice the price of the LCP? So far, an unqualified yes. Subject to the results of accuracy testing, I can't see a reason to change my alleged mind.