Out of the box, the gun feels beautiful. The weight and materials are true to life. The frame and slide are full metal, and the handle cover is polymer. The de-cocker works like a real pistol. I'm not sure if the real Sig Sauer comes with a safety, but this gun does not. I brought it to the field and chronied it on my XCoretech, and got 320fps with 0.20g bbs. I am very satisfied, but there is a catch. A friend had the same exact pistol purchased a few months ago, and his magazine no longer held air. I ordered a spare mag, but mixed it up with the one that came with the gun. One of my magazines fires way too much gas per round, and it discharges out the barrel after about 6 shots. On both mags, the spring is prone to jam if not positioned properly. It can get caught on the spring guide because of some design flaws.
I still like the weapon, but the magazine issues ruined the weapon for me. If I cannot get them fixed, I am going to have to return the gun.
Dual action trigger
Magazine discharge problem (unusable)
Magazine spring guide problem
Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!]