Well.... it's a GLOCK. It went bang every time I pulled the trigger. What else is there to say?
Seriously though. I wasn't able to do a full test, but I was happy with what I did do. I stripped the gun last night, wiped away a bit of the grease with a paper towel, and that's about it. I only took one box of Winchester White Box Personal Defense ammo with me. They're 230 Grain JHP's. It's been about five months since I've fired a gun (I know - tragic!). I shot at fifty feet, standing with a traditional two-handed 3/4 stance. I only have two mags for it right now (everyone in town is out of stock). I topped off for the first mag of each pairing. I'm a bit rusty, and my groups were terrible, but I finally got back in the swing of things on the last mag. I pulled off a 3" group with one shot in the bullseye.
So, the gun is accurate - definitely more accurate than me right now. The key though, is recoil. This definitely is not a range gun. Recoil is manageable, and I was able to get the sights back on target quickly when I held the gun tightly - it's not a gun you can relax with. With a soft grip, the gun is very jumpy, and it really hits your hand hard. A firm grip takes care of that though. This is a gun that will never let you forget you're holding a .45.
Final results: 50 rounds on a 9 inch target at fifty feet. Zero failures.
After all, it's a GLOCK.
It's my first GLOCK, and my first compact. It is very light, and easy to conceal, but it gives you the full power of a .45ACP. 6+1 in a form factor that is perfect even for summer carry.
It's been a long day, I don't feeling like taking pictures. I'll try and post some tomorrow if work doesn't get in the way.