Here is hoping one of the P3AT gurus can save me a trip to the mothership. I have a Second Generation P-3AT SN HJNxx. Up until this past week it has been quite reliable. Following instructions in this forum I F&B'd and greased the pistol before use. The first several range visits (150 rounds with WWB, fmj) were flawless. My third range trip I tried some Golden Saber -- to test for function, and had one failure to feed in about 50 rounds. The gun was getting dirty and dry and I ran some more WWB through it without problems. This trip I stopped and bought a box of Remington/UMC 88gr jhp. Although the gun fed and extracted them just fine (when they fired) I began having many failure to fire (light primer strikes). The failure would occur at random intervals but several times per magazine. If I examinrd the unfired round there would be a light indention or no indention on the primer. The trigger appears to be resetting - short stroking was the first thing I suspected. The trigger is not slack. The only thing I noticed is that it seems like the trigger must move further to the back of the triggerguard than I remembered before the hammer falls -- this may be my imagination because I shoot many other pistols. Any advise you may offer would be appreciated. I am not afraid to take it apart and look for problems.