I was over on the the Kel Tec website and I see that all parts are avialable to consumers, but they recommend the pistol be sent in unless you're a gunsmith. How hard is a p3at to work on? I'm thinking about getting another p3at. One for practice and one for carry. Before I invest heavy in the kel tec I want to make sure it is a gun that is serviceable by me. I wouldn't mind sending it back to the factory, but shipping both ways gets so pricey.
I'm pretty good with my hands when it comes to working with metal. And I have had to do some filing/adjusting on a Ruger p95, a Taurus M85, and I have detail stripped my glocks to change spring/connector set-ups. So, just wondering how much hand fitting is required on kel tec parts or if they are pretty much drop-in parts.
I'm very pleased to see that replacement parts are available. I was having some trouble with my Taurus M85 and through some research I talked to a guy on a forum that said Taurus wouldn't send him a new hand pin he had lost becasue it was a "restriced" part. Now can you imaging having to go through all the expense shipping a handgun just so some tech could put a hand pin in it?