On a whim, I dropped a whopping $260 on a SCCY CPX-2 Gen 2 9mm. For my vast cash outlay, I got a subcompact, US made, 15 ounce, polymer framed, aluminum receiver, hammer-fired, second-strike capable, DAO semi-auto with a milled bead-blasted stainless steel slide, 10+1 capacity, slide lock back after final round pistol that comes with two quality steel mags with finger grip extensions plus two flat magazine bases if you don't like the finger extensions. The trigger started out as an extremely smooth 8 pounds and, after break in, is about 6.5 pounds and even more smooth than it was, on a par with my S&W 442 or the Kahrs that I've owned. And it has a lifetime warranty that follows the pistol with customer service that owners who have had problems describe as superb. I now have 400 rounds through it with zero problems using everything from my FMJ reloads to various types of self-defense JHP ammo. It eats and spits out everything and is completely combat accurate at 35-50 feet if you do your part. The Gen 1s apparently had problems that the company jumped on and ironed out in the Gen 2s. I've fired the Keltec P-11, the pistol it's compared to, and there's no comparison in my opinion. I have owned a lot of quality guns in my time, but this one is the best value for the buck I've seen. Maybe I just got a good one, but even so it's worth looking at. Just FYI.