Initial impressions are positive. This is a nice, compact 1911 that should serve anyone looking for a concealed carry .45 Auto. I did my usual 20 initial test rounds just to make sure the gun functioned and there were no hiccups. (I liked the front strap checkering and the beaver-tail grip safety.) So, now we’ll tear into a full blow test and evaluation. Stay tuned for a feature article in an upcoming issue of Combat Handguns.