I was at my local range and they were having a 'blow out" sale. They had a used TCP for $180. I have been curious about these for a while. I handled it and it felt very solid and good in the hand. The action, lock up of the slide and stoutness of the recoil spring seemed very good. What surprised me was the trigger. I have shot many KelTecs which I would consider a direct competitor and was always aghast with the trigger on these granted you don't want a hair trigger on a safety-less mouse gun. The trigger on the Keltecs are usually long, stout and gritty. The trigger on this particular gun did have a little end play which I was not impressed by, but could have been unique to this particular specimen. When I pulled the trigger I was half expecting horrific trigger finger resistance and long grit, it just pulled right through nice and smooth. WOW! I did notice the break was a little vague, but for a $200ish subc firearm compared to anything else at this price range and size it was outstandingly nice! My questions are; is there end play in most of these triggers? Do they get loose quickly or stay tight and solid long term. I am not purchasing this for a range gun so I am assuming and from what I have read; that they are snappy(this is fine) and not a range gun (Duh).