Its Like A Glock...Only A Different Name
This Handgun has so much in comman with the Glock that you might as well say "screw the $1499 it would cost to buy this one" and go for the all ready proven Glock
A company called CCF Raceframes has been producing frames since 2003. They can be used to replace the frames on popular Glock models including full-size models in 9mm, .40 S&W and .357 Sig. Since legally the frame is the firearm, they are individually serial numbered and the same rules for transferring any handgun apply.
CCF frames have a grip angle similar to that of the 1911. The backstrap is an interchangeable insert. With a flat insert in place the grip frame is somewhat slimmer than a Glock’s, while an arched insert can be fitted for those with larger hands.
Being that this is Robbie Barrkman's first gun, you would think he would try to stand out and make a name for himself before cloning a glock. His weapon even uses the same magazines.
The main differences are that the grip has less of an angle with a backstrap, the plastic frame of the glock is aluminium and the sights use the "Dot the i" method. Granted that the handle angle can change the feel of a pistol, but isn't that why he makes the grips for in the first place. Personaly I would just rather buy the Glock and have a brand I know.
You can go ahead and read the article I posted but it is just 3 pages of this guy explaining how this weapon is just like the Glock
I've posted the full article in the (go figure)article section of the site: