Loved the review. Thought it was fare and honest. I like the grip safety it's just one of the reasons I trade my PM9 in on the XDS9mm. He talks about the pistol having to be seated in your hands to press the Grip safety. This is true of course, but know matter what small pistol you have in your hand if it not seated in your hand properly you will more than likely miss what your aiming at and the pistol will not cycle properly either, and the round could jam or stovepipe. Similar to limp wristing the pistol. One thing about smaller pistols is they are a little less forgiving than full size pistols when it comes to shooting them. So yes there is a little bit of a learning curve. However with a little time and practice it becomes second nature. JMHO
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