Hard to believe I am going to admit this on this board, but I have a 24/7 Pro DS Titanium & a 24/7 OSS. I took both to the range after I bought them and ran 200 rds though each of them without an issue. Triggers are spongy, maybe sprongy would be a better term. I would guess that's standard equipment in a cheap gun. I had a Sigma that was about the same. I have been keeping a close eye on them, neither one has burst into flames or fallen apart on the shelf.
Seriously, there are better guns. I like the hell out of the OSS for it's ergonomics. I wish I had bought another one in .45 when Buds had them for $325. The Pro is light and handy as hell, it goes offroading with me where I really don't like to take my more expensive guns. I have also loaned them out on occasion, something I won't do with the others.