The gun shop where I was on a waiting list for a P-3AT just called, and one just came in with my name on it. I was quoted a price of $279.95 for either a Keltec or a LCP when I got on the waiting list a few weeks ago, but I'm not sure he will still honor that price quote with Keltecs and LCPs so hard to get now. I have never owned or fired a Keltec of any model and I have read on this forum about functioning problems with new ones until broken in with a couple hundred rounds. I only have about 20 rounds of S&B fmj ammo and about 25 rounds of 90 grain HydroShok on hand that I use in the Makarov .380 that has been my carry gun until now. There is no .380 ammo available in this area, so should I try the S&B first to see how the gun runs? I don't want to use all the HydroShoks for breaking in the new gun, but I don't have confidence in any semiauto that isn't broken in so I don't intend to carry the new gun until I can locate more fmj ammo for testing/breaking in. Also, do any of you reload .380 ammo for your Keltec, and if you do does the gun handle reloads OK? I have been reloading all types of ammo for over 40 years and I know from experience that some makes and models of semiautos don't like reloaded ammo. At the price of factory ammo now, if this one doesn't like reloads it won't be fired very often and I won't carry a gun that I don't have confidence in. Does anyone have advice for cleaning and prepping a new KT before firing it? Just going by what I have read here while lurking for a couple of years I won't be surprised if my P-3AT has feeding and/or other functioning problems. If it does, I am not an amateur gunsmith and I don't play one on TV, so I will have to depend on the factory to honor the warranty. I just hope that the factory personel are still as willing to help as you guys say they are because I wouldn't have ordered one if I had not read about how well KT honors their warranty. I know from long experience that some manufacturer's warranties, Taurus for one example, aren't worth the paper they're written on.