I bought my new P-3AT about a month and a half ago, approximately two weeks after buying it I had the chance to take it to the range for the first time. The following is a copy of my E-Mail sent on Friday, December 12, 2008 12:05 PM to Kel-Tec describing the incident which to this point has not been responded to.... Can anyone give me some advice? "I just bought a brand new P-3AT about 2 weeks ago at the gun show in Raleigh, NC. I fired it for the first time the other day, in the first 3 clips (one in each clip) I had 3 rounds fail to fire. When I inspected the rounds the only thing I could tell was causing it was a light hit on the primer. The first two times I re-chambered the round and it fired without problem, the third round I saved. I was using brand new factory ammunition (Winchester 95gr FMJ)." To elaborate on the details... When the light primer strike occurred I was slow firing as to get a feel of the accuracy. After firing the first round I only let the trigger out to the re-set point. If memory stands it was always the 3rd round that failed to fire. After the third misfire I began shooting rapid fire, I shot a total of 50 rounds and had no other misfires. Is this a factory defect? Does the trigger have to be let all the way out as opposed to only going to the re-set? Anyone's advice would be greatly appreciated as this is my primary concealed carry weapon.