Yesterday I had my first failure to feed on my P3AT. It was on the second round of a full load (7 rounds) of Buffalo Bore 90 gr Gold Dots. I pulled the slide back a little and released it and the round chambered OK. This led me to think that maybe I limp wristed the round. It's a rather new 2nd gen (S/N JNQXX) gun with less than 100 rounds through it. It works great with 88 gr UMC JHPs but I know that they don't expand when fired in the P3AT so I got some Buffalo Bores for defense. I dunno...maybe I just need to concentrate on not limp wristing with the BBs. I don't feel that the recoil is very bad but I keep hearing on here that limp wristing is common with the BBs. What do you guys think? I'm getting older (72 next month) so my wrists probably aren't as stout as they used to be. (I had a FTF in my 1911 a few month ago with 230 gr Hydrashoks and that was the first FTF I'd ever had in a couple thousand rounds in that gun so maybe it was a limp wrist too. I guess that it can happen with any automatic and I have heavy recoil springs in my combatized 1911 clone.) What do you think? Can I trust the P3AT for primary carry. It's hot here in Arizona and the P3 is great for concealed carry. BTW, I have not done a F&B on it. It was doing so well on UMC 88 gr JHPs that I thought that I had a P3 that would work right out of the box.