So, last week, I got to take my ATI Titan Tactical (3.18") to the range. It was the first time I'd ever fired a 1911. In short, it exceeded my expectations in most every way. Simply, I love it! I'm sure I'll shoot other 1911s at some point and come to find out why this one is so "affordable" - to put it nicely. My questions are as follows: 1. The rear sight is adjustable for horizontal axis only. Horizontally, I wouldn't change a thing. But the weirdest thing is, I felt as though I had to aim *UP* by 2 or 3 degrees to land the shots where I wanted them. I expected the opposite. So that's to say, if my sight picture is the very center of the bullseye, and I'm 21' from the target, the shots will land approximately 3 inches below the sight picture. Is this a function of the short barrel? Am I a crap-shot who just needs to improve? 2. Every second shot, I would get a minor feed jam that seems to be magazine related, more than action-related. I simple tug on the slide would put it right every time. The magazine it came with is an ACT-Mag, made in Italy. I know that variou magazines can be used, but I have no idea what makes a good or bad one, or what will fit in the ATI. How do I know? 3. I watched a YouTube video on how to field strip the ATI. It seems pretty simple, and I'm not afraid to disassemble things. I don't find separating and stripping Honda V4 carburetors to be a daunting task. So this shouldn't be either. However, I'd love it if someone could help me out the first time I have a go at it. I can't seem to push the slide lock out, and the video made it seem easy. Thanks in advance!