I took it to the range today for the second time after winning it at a Friends of the NRA banquet. Yeah, it's got good sights, and its adequately accurate but whoever designed that trigger guard needs a round to the cranium. Not 50 rounds into the breakin, I had a blister develop on the trigger finger by rubbing on the trigger guard. There is no way to not do that. Tried the tip, second segment of the finger, and nothing worked. I don't have fat fingers either. Horrible design. A simple 1/8" drop in the trigger guard would solve that issue. Buddy told me that Brownells is selling a lot of the lowers with a drop trigger guard for that very issue. I haven't seen them, but haven't looked either since this was today's issue with tupperware. How in the hell can some poor design get out to the public like this?