Wow ... first of all I did not run 1000 rounds through my LC9 before it behaved , it works just fine. I shot it because I enjoyed it. I shoot a lot of round through all my guns ..You may not understand getting to know your weapon . The LC9 is a very good carry weapon , if you know how to shoot it correctly.A carry gun does not need a 1+ inch long trigger pull. The Shield doesn't have a super long trigger pull and it was designed as a carry weapon.
The Sig P 238 and P 938 are both carry weapons and don't have super long trigger pulls.
Also just because it is a double action doesn't mean it has to have a long pull to it either and that has been proven with the Galloway mods to the trigger system.
A 1+ inch long trigger pull makes this weapon no more safe then a similar sized weapon with a 1/2 or shorter trigger pull.
Another thing is the mag disconnect. A weapon does not have to have a feature that dissables the trigger simply because there is no magazine install in the grip.
Further more, no weapon needs a blade ticking up on top of the rail just to tell a person the weapon is loaded. Each and every weapon should be treated as loaded until the chamber has been properly checked.
I bought the LC9 thinking it would be a nice carry weapon. After owning it for awhile, I have come to the conclusion that it is nothing more then a lawyered up POS mess. Also a person should not have to run a 1000 rounds through a weapon before it starts to behave. That gets spendy and takes time. Save your money and time and get something that doesn't need 100s to a 1000 rounds run through it before it starts to behave properly.
Most people don't have a problem with the trigger. It may not need a long trigger pull but it has one so get over it.
The mag disconnect and the chamber indicate don't have a problem with it .. You have bashed the fine weapon enough, Thank you for your view... if you want a shield or a Sig go get one there also fine weapons. But you may not like them either .