Well, I have had my 1911-22 for about a month now and love the little pistol. The only thing I truely did not like was the magazine disconnect. I understand why Browning put it in there, but I truely dislike these in my pistols, and unfortunately, this little pistol is having to serve as my carry pistol for awhile. I broke over 15 bones in a motorcycle accident on July 3, 2012, to include two compound fractures in my left arm, the little and ring finger of my left hand, my right wrist, right thumb, right trigger finger, compound fracture of my right clavicle, my left femur, and 7 ribs. Lot's of metal plates, screws, and rods later, I'm shooting again, but let's just say I am a bit "recoil sensitive" right now. So, having to serve as a concealed carry pistol, that magazine disconnect bothered me. The nice thing is, it is very easy to get rid of it. I don't recommend this if you are not familiar with complete disassembly of 1911 style pistols. If you are, you will notice a post on the back of the trigger when you remove it. This post lines up with another small post on the magazine release. When the magazine is removed, the magazine release moves further to the left of the pistol (watch the release button when you remove the magazine and you can see this). When this happens, the post on the back of the trigger aligns with the post on the magazine release, thus preventing the trigger from moving rearward. Removing one of these posts will then allow the trigger to move rearward without a magazine being inserted. I removed the post from the rear of the trigger (very carefully) with a Dremel tool. I left the post on the magazine release as only one of these two posts needs to be removed. Anyway, since I had searched the net and didn't find anything regarding removing this "CA feature" on this pistol, I thought I would post it here.