Hi all, I bought a new P3AT a couple of weeks ago and since then have put 250 rounds through the gun. Unfortunately I have experienced problems that don't seem to be improving. The biggest issue has been failure-to-feed, which can usually be corrected by a firm tap on the bottom of the magazine. On 5-6 occasions this has been unsuccessful, and I have to strip the magazine out by hand (the mag release button will not work while the misfeed is happening.) I have also had a number of FTE's, which are worse toward the end of the session when the gun is pretty dirty. On two occasions, the takedown pin has backed out about 1/4 inch in conjunction with a FTE. I have tried 4 different types of ammunition, all FMJs (Speer, Federal AE, Remington UMC, and PMC Bronze.) There is little to no difference between them with regards to failure rate. Also, I am an experienced, trained shooter (LEO.) Admittedly, most of that experience has been with larger guns, so I have considered that limp-wristing might be contributing, but I am fairly confident that I have made the necessary adjustments to my grip when shooting this pistol to rule that out. Oh, I also did a limited fluff and buff after the first shooting session: polished and lightly sanded the feed ramp, chamber, hammer interface, and slide rails. The gun has been thoroughly cleaned and lubricated prior to both shooting sessions. The point of all this: is it time to contact Kel Tec and let them inspect it, or am I missing something?? Has anyone else continued to experience these types of teething problems after this many rounds? I love the size and weight of the P3AT and would like this to be my primary CCW, but with a failure every 12-15 rounds, I can't trust it yet. On a side note, this board has been a wealth of information, and I have found tons of useful info here!