They slide into place allowing a shooter not only to change how the back of the pistol fits the hand, but also the sides.
What’s even better is that the side panels can be set up asymmetrically.
Not only are they modular, but the panels are textured quite aggressively.
It pointed very naturally, just like an extension of my arm, just the way a gun in this class should. I started off with the 9mm version going fairly slowly, plinking at paper targets at different ranges just to get a feel for the firearm and to get used to the SA/DA trigger.
I have to admit, I’m spoiled rotten when it comes to triggers.
The pistol comes not only with three interchangeable backstraps (in small, medium, and large), but also with interchangeable side panels.
The backstrap, which is kept in place with a small roll pin, keeps pressure on two removable side panels, one on each side of the gun.