Hey folks! I'm kinda new here (Was a member on the old site) anyhow I was just wondering if there was any validity in the review of last months p-3at in American rifleman mag that states that this gun should be fired 200+ times before putting into service. That is always decent advice with almost any firearm but I was just curious to hear if anyone has had any major malfunctions in the "break-in"of their p-3at. I did notice right away that the feed ramp has a very steep angle and a less than smooth finish as the very first round I attempted to chamber got "hung-up" on one of the "steps" left by the factory machining process, I immeadiately broke out the dremmel and "smoothed" the ramp out, it now chambers effortlessly with the gold dot hollow points, but I haven't got to the range yet to perform the recommended 200+ round break-in, I won't however be using speer gdhp's for this procedure, more like win white box or pmc's. Anyway I'd like to hear some of your break-in experiences! As always advice is greatly appreciated.