I had one until a couple of weeks ago - I bought an expensive 1911, and I needed some cash quickly.
The gun works 100% - I'd definetly recommend Mecgar mags over the factory mags, however. The mag bodies are stiffer on the Macgars, and they are easier to load. Mecgar makes factory mags for many gun companies. So, while I almost always stick with factory mags for any guns - in this case, get the MecGars.
Only thing I didn't like about the gun was the trigger. Where U think the gun's trigger will break (in SA mode) - there is actually another "stage." It has a tiny bit more to go, after some added friction.
Also, as the slide moves from the recoil, you can actually feel the compression of the spring. It's a bit strange. I've never felt this in other guns before.
While the P95 is the cheapest 9mm I'd buy and rely my life on... I think there are better guns out there.
My 69 year old mother had problems working the slide on some semi autos too. She ended up buying a Bersa 380 - as she could work that. But, she had no problems working the slide on either an HK USP or USP compact.