Hey guys, I signed up on the forum a few months ago and have been doing research for my upcoming concealed carry gun (recently took the class and am applying for the permit) I was originally torn between the PF9 and P3At but recently decided to go with the P3AT as living in Miami with the heat + shorts all the time I feel that overall size is the more important factor to me. Anyways...a good friend of mine was waiting to see what I decided to go with and on my recommendation he went with a P3AT. We have taken it to the range 3 times now with very disappointing results. The first time we shot 100 rounds of winchester .380 and we had a TON of light strikes (small dimple on the back of the cartridge but no shot) and no strikes (NO dimple on the back of the cartridge and no shot). I lost count at about 10 or so of each randomly as we took turns firing the gun (basically he would shoot 2 mags then I would shoot two mags...etc). After that trip we took the gun apart cleaned it lubed it and put it back together. About a week later we got our hands on another 100 winchester .380 and hit the range again. This time it was a little better with something like 5 light strikes and 0 no strikes. Obviously we were still not happy with that...so took apart again cleaned etc.. We then picked up 150 rounds of PMC .380 and went to the range again today hoping that after 200 rounds we would finally be at 100% today. NOPE! It started off fine with about 2 mags straight through but on the third mag we started with intermittent no strikes ( no more light strikes just NO dimple at all on the cartridge and no shot fired). By the time we got to the second box of 50 we had again over 5 or so no strikes and if you pulled the trigger repeatedly on the 2nd or third pull it would fire. By the time we got to the third box of 50 it was worse than ever with a bunch of no strikes. At this point we are pretty darn disappointed. We paid about $75 twice for the winchester .380 ammo and $75 for the 150 rounds of PMC ammo that's $225 in ammo to break in a gun that we picked up brand new for $250 out the door (additionally purchased the spare mag, 2 pinky extensions, and a belt clip). So, where do we go from here? Is it common for them to require over 300 rounds to break in?? Have you guys seen a problem like this before? is there anything we can try to correct this? How long do you think it will take them to fix it? We both LOVE how the gun shoots and how it carries really well with the belt clip so we want it to work just looking for some guidance I just visited the Kel Tec website to find out about the warranty service and i see they are closed until after New Years. I really appreciate any and all feedback. Thanks in advance! PS...the serial number on the gun is K4Y.. Not sure what version this is but it was purchased brand new from a local dealer.