B: they would get the contour at muzzle correct on the underside of the slide. It still has those sharp(ish) corners like the S&Ws. None of the euro versions had that. For a slide produced in Germany, I can't understand how they didn't get that detail correct.
Still, beautiful. If funds ever become available for a non-essential pistol, I'd love to get one.
Yeah, they are very well made. When I first picked mine up at the gun shop, I was instantly impressed. Mine did take a lot of rounds to fully break in and become reliable. But everything on it is exceptionally tight. There is no wiggle anywhere in it after over 1000 rounds and a defensive pistol class.