Hey, tig, I took several pictures with my rinky dink digital camera, but they just weren't good. Maybe I can get one of my friends to take a picture of it with their better quality cameras. I might as well trash the one that I have, for all the good it's doing me. I'll get one as soon as I can, because the grip really looks good, and it feels gooooood too. I don't have a trigger guage. I've been wondering how all these guys knew the tension in their triggers. If they're not too expensive, I'll try to buy one. I don't dare try to take the guns apart to change the tension in the springs. That would definitely be a disaster. Before retiring I spent 23 years repairing locks and safes, but these high powered guns is another thing. At this point and time, there is absolutely no boredom with either of my guns. I love shooting them and handling them, so it'll be a while before I'm bored. Sorry 'bout that ! ! And, yes, it is a seriously effective hand gun. I just love it more every time I fire it. I believe it is the ultimate gun for the purpose that I bought it. And, I might say that it was another "good" deal that I ran into at the gun show. I wish they had one every week. I've become a true gun show junkie. I love it. Five super duper bullets for this super duper gun.