So awhile back I purchased two collectable (?) Hi-Points (?) in a package deal. One in good shape that was added to my collection and one in very rough condition. Tried to sell it at cost with no takers (don't blame them) so I tossed it in a box and pretty much forgot about it. Well a few weeks ago I noticed a bit of surface rust on one of my HD weapons. Specifically the Dan Wesson .357 that resides in a holster behind the couch. Being located near an open window didn't help either. So two choices. Give up on a great convenient hiding spot or chose a firearm that won't rust. So I grabbed the old beater and MoM's phone number and started working on this. It's not fully assembled yet (waiting for slide to cure) and hasn't been test fired yet. I think the name fits. Stallard JS-9mm All moving parts (except sear) is brand new curtsey of MoM. Keychain - OK. This "drop in" claim is a touch off. Perhaps I'm the first who's put one in a Stallard but it took major fitting to both the trigger bar and keychain. It is working smoothly (not gritty) but has a definite two stage feel. Squeeze it about half way and you feel a stop position just before sear starts dropping. Hope it fires fine. Stainless hex grip screws Frame - Semi-Gloss Black Slide - Flat Coyote Grips - Satin Coyote Polished all moving parts for friction reduction. Did not polish feed ramp. Survived this long and still looks good so why bother? She's simple yet clean.