Originally designed and manufactured by Wyoming Arms, the Parker Pistol didn't sell well, in fact, the company went out of business in 1992. LASERAIM of Little Rock acquired the Parker Pistol plans, added a laser mount, reopened Wyoming Arm's facility in Thermopolis, WY and started cranking out LASERAIM pistols. However, the line of LASERAIMs soon developed FTF problems and one of the worst handgun reputations ever... But why the sudden FTF problems? Here is my theory. If someone knows better, please enlighten us. Picture a proud new LASERAIM owner doing his first field strip. As the slide comes off, his son says "Dad, you dropped something." They look for a few minutes but cannot find anything and figure it was probably 'nothing'. The next day at the range sees only problems from the gun. The used case are not ejecting, the gun is jamming and people are unhappy. When they get home, they throw the gun in the corner and a few years later, sell it to a pawn shop. Then a guy like me comes along, says "Good Deal", takes it home, runs a few practice rounds through it, and discovers - ITS GOT NO EJECTOR!!! This brings us up to the present. I did some research on the Internet and discovered MOST LASERAIMs ARE MISSING THEIR EJECTORS!!! That explains the feed problems. I encountered the same story time and time again. When the slide and frame are separated and the frame turned upside down, there goes the ejector (and spring) on the floor. All this adds up to if ANYONE has a LASERAIM WITH AN EJECTOR (and spring), you could make a lot of money (and friends) by having a machine shop make 200-300 ejectors and sell them to LASERAIM owners, like me. Or at the very least, a photo of an ejector next to a machinist's scale would be very helpful.... Thanks!