Here is some range time with my CCC 9mm. Watch a video here: The review: Reliability: I started shooting cheap 115gr to break the gun in and it failed to eject many times. (Almost every round and failed to lock the slide back) I quit after 75 rounds. I stepped up to some 124 gr rounds and it ran fine. (100 rounds) Then I ran 127 +P+ Rangers through it with no problems. (60 rounds) I lubed it and ran 50 115 gr rounds and had one failure to eject. The 115 ammo I was burning up had known consistency problems and is very soft shooting. I think this and the break in period contributed to the day one problems. Accuracy: After adjusting the rear sight slightly, it held 2-3" groups at 25 yards about 4" low. I found myself wanting to center the dot vertically in the sight picture causing low hits. You really have to concentrate on longing up the top edge of the sight. This is not easy as the top edge is very thin due to the fiber optic. A better set of sights would remedy this, but then again this is not a bullseye gun. The fiber optic is quick to pick up and the wide notch provides decent practical accuracy. Controllability: Believe the Hype! This is the flattest, softest recoiling 9mm I've ever shot! Watch the video! Value: It is $3600! If you shop around you can pick it up for 3K. Can it do $2500 more than a Glock. No, but then again a base F-150 gets the job done as well. Compared to other high end pistols, I'd say it is a value. Hi-cap, great fit and finish, carry comp...= a win in my book!