I ordered a C/T laser for my P3-AT from http://www.bearbasin.com/crimson-trace-laser-grips.htm#crimson_trace . $162.45 with free shipping and an extra set of batteries. Installed the laser and went to the local range today, first chance I'd had in the week since the package arrived. Forgot the little Allen wrench that comes with it to make adjustments. With the cost of .380 ammo today, I debated whether to test the set-up at all or just shoot the other guns I'd brought and go home. Curiosity got the better of me and I decided to try 24 rounds of Speer Gold Dots that I had with me. Surprise No. 1, @ 7 yds. six shots grouped inside of 1.5" slightly left of center inside the 3" bull. Three holes made one cloverleaf. Surprise No. 2, at shot #22 the trigger went slack and would not reset. Found the broken hammer spring on the shooting bench in front of me. That's one reason I much prefer the conventional compression type of hammer spring to the Kel-Tec expansion style spring. When a compression hammer spring breaks, which is rare, the two parts are contained on the hammer strut and the shooter will not usually know anything is wrong until he or she detail strips the pistol. When a Kel-Tec hammer spring breaks the gun is out of action until repaired. Faulty assumption: I had always thought that one of the benefits of the "paper clip mod" http://www.1bad69.com/keltec/triggerpull.htm was that besides a lighter trigger pull the stress on the hammer spring would be reduced as it would be under less tension and therefore spring breakage would be a thing of the past. Obviously my hammer spring broke anyway. Have to rummage around now and see if I have a spare spring or whether a quick trip to Cocoa and lunch at the "Fabulous '50s Diner" will be necessary the next time I'm in the south-east Orlando area, which is pretty often. From there it's only about 35 min. to Cocoa on the tollway. Fabulous '50s Diner, Cocoa, Florida, 1120 Clearlake Rd.