I've read with interest the various threads listing problems different owners have with their particular Kel-Tecs and invariably, some well meaning soul will throw out the dreaded, "are you sure you're not limpwristing it?" question. Gasp! The term sure has negative connotations, to say the least. It's sort of like, well, an insult to a man to insinuate that he can't shoot a pistol, much less one as small and light weight as the Kel-Tec. Sort of like kicking sand in your face at the beach in front of your wife or girlfriend. My first inclination is to respond with a hearty "heck no!". But upon further reflection, and deep soul searching, I have decided that, yes, it's possible, I may be a limp wrister. My new P3AT has been a challenge to break in. I did the fluff and buff to the best of my limited mechanical ability. I shot a couple of boxes of FMJ through it with some small failure to feeds but I chalked those up to the break in period. Then a recent trip to the range became a shooter's nightmare. I bought a box of 100 grain FMJ reloads from a local company that has an excellent reputation for quality. I've used their ammo for twenty years in other guns and not so much as a hiccup. But this box jammed on every other shot out of the gun. Now, I am wondering is it the gun, the ammo or me? The next day I then went back to the range and used a different ammo. It was better, but still not good. The jams were coming every other mag instead of every other shot. Now, I must add I did not clean the gun after shooting the box of reloads. After this trip to the range I went back home and cleaned the gun really well, then lubed it with oil and grease according to Golden Loki's suggestions. Two days later I went back to the range. Third type of ammo. Better results. But every now and again I was having a jam where the spent round would hang up half way out of the chamber and jam on the new round coming up from the magazine. In fact I could tell just by the feel of the shot that something was not right, in fact looking back now, I think it was my wrists breaking up with the recoil, and I knew something was amiss. I began to think maybe I was limp wristing the gun. I began to push/pull my hands against each other to keep my wrists firm and to my surprise, and delight, no more jams. I now have to figure out how much pressure to apply when trying to shoot the P3AT. In order to avoid the jams, I was pushing and pulling with such force that my arms began to tremble from the pressure. It became a challenge to keep the front sight on target as I was obviously using too much pressure. When I relaxed them too much, the jam took place once again. I suppose this is part of the learning curve for shooting the light weight pocket rocket. Next, I've just got to find myself a twelve step program for LimpWristers. "Hi, I'm Tiger. I'm a Limpwrister".