Hi folks: Just want to give a report on my new (out of the box), 4595TS. To put it short: Love this gun! And especially after reading the post by ChasRob (4595 Iron Sights) on 10/11, I felt I needed to step up and show how great these guns are. I know that there are issues with all mass produced items, but there was indeed some very weird things going on there. I apologize for taking so long, had some medical issues that put some roadblocks on my time. Anyhow, first picture below: 50' (the range in which I will be employing it, if I ever need to, for HD). Out of the box, on a bench rest, no adjustment to sights. Targets are wrinkled 'cause it was a rainy day. Two full magazines of American Eagle, 230 grn FMJ ball. Only hit in the bull was due to a "hiccup" from a back spasm. But I was delighted with the results. Now, below,same ammo, plus some Blazer, also 230gr FMJ ball. The 5 rounds outside of the big group are my last shots before adjusting my front sight as well as the rear to get the "Bingo". As soon as that was accomplished, what followed up was 3 full magazines to make the big hole. I wish I had a video of what happened a bit later: one of those bright yellow target balls, skipping merrily down the road, being hit with each and every round by ten shots. And it ended up a heck of lot further away than a hundred feet. But you'll have to take my word for it. I did have a witness, and the look on his face said it all. What a great feeling. Said it before: I love this gun. I also ran 4 magazines of some reloads to see if the gun liked'em. 230 grn Hi-Tek coated LRN, with Unique. Excellent. Function wise, the only problem identified itself very quickly. An extra magazine I bought at the same time I picked up the gun, had a very nasty habit of causing an FTL, and always when loading the next to last round. Not every time, but perhaps 4 to 5 times, (way too many for me), out of the entire session. Sent it back to the store, and already refunded. The other mag is stellar. Well folks, there it is. Another Happy Hi-Pointer. Inscribed on the blade of a conquistador's sword found in the southwestern desert many years ago: "Draw me not without reason--Sheath me not without honor". It's center target how much this sage advice still carries great wisdom. Adios for now. Stay safe folks, and watch your six. They're in through the wire.