I have the P-carry in 10mm. I give it mixed reviews. I chose it instead of the glock 29 but eventually went and bought the glock too. I can deal with the awkward, blocky feel, but it's reliable. The EAA polymer frame flexes a lot with the 10mm, so I had to buy new roll pins and replace the trigger pin because it kept coming loose after 20 or so shots. I did not like the full size frame, so I bought a used, small polymer frame, which had the same flex problems--lucky I had extra roll pins. The magazines are a problem. At first, rounds would porpoise out, meaning one round would slip up and out and the second round would be chambered and the first round would fall to ground. i had to pinch the lips of the magazines closer together, and it now works fine. the small frame works great--12 rounds and about the size of a compact glock. I love the bull barrel and lockup. the original fixed sights shot way too low, almost 4 inches at 15 years, so I called EAA and they traded my fixed sight for an adjustable sight. It works great. It's not my everyday carry, but it is now, after much, much work, very reliable; it fits my hand much better than the glock, but it's not as accurate for me as the glock 29.