Hi all, New to the board and new to the keltec p3at. Not new to shooting by a long shot. Have been wanting a pocket backup for a long time, and after a few friends bought the P3AT, I figured I would give it a go. So I saved for a while, and finally picked one up last week in hard chrome, BNIB, 2nd gen. Have to say, the gun is so small it is astounding. It looks very well built. In a desantis nemesis I don't even notice it in my pocket... This board has been great. So much great info here. 1st thing I did to it was break it down and give it a nice detailed fluff 'n buff and then a full re-lube. Then it was off to the range! I put 100 rounds of AE FMJ through it, and I was wholly impressed. Not a single malfunction. I actually shot it surprisingly accurately! I was surprised at the power of the .380 round... Recoil is defintely managable, but my hand did get tortured a bit. Felt like a .45! Reaquisition of a decent sight picture was quick, even with the rudimentary "sights". Accuracy was really surprising given my unfamiliarity with the gun and its tiny size. At 20 feet I was able to group 3 inches off hand in slow fire. I'll have to experiment more with some faster shooting soon, but it looks like for the use it is intended, it more than impressed me. Also put 2 mags of federal hydra shok through it... no malfunctions. I do intend to carry it with Corbon DPX assuming reliability. Seems a favored round on this board. Breakdown is a snap and thanks to you guys I did NOT lose the ejector I gave it a thorough cleaning and will be back at the range this weekend to break it in a bit more, and do some drills. At this point I am VERY impressed with this little gun. It is a blast to shoot and sofar is perfect in reliability and decent in accuracy. I normally carry an HK P7M8 or Glock 19 on my right hip and think this little pocket beast will be a fine backup pistol, or even a primary weapon if I feel like going "light". Thanks to the posters on this forum and Keltec for making such a great little compact.