I got my new chrome P3AT and Armalaser in last night in time to take them today to the range at the gun safety class that is required for a carry permit here in TN. I put it together last night, and followed the fluff and buff routine just gently using 500 grit sandpaper. I also lubed everything properly. Today at the range out of 50 shots, I had 3 misfeeds, all of them the 3rd or 4th round out of 6 with Remington 95g FMJ rounds. I've shot M16s at the range for 19 years, but am relatively new to handguns. The instructor is a police sniper, and he said my hold is fine. I'm not going to rule out some kind of hold issue as this little bugger is kind of hard to hold on to even with the pinky extension added, but I am wondering if the gun just needs more buffing. My question is, how much do you actually sand? Being that the gun is chromed, the last thing I want to do is sand too much off. Today when I got back, I took a look and using a dremel and some light rubbing compound buffed the spots that showed wear marks. I particularly paid attention to the feed ramp, but how do you know how much sanding/buffing to do without damaging the chrome finish? I must say that I am very pleased with the accuracy of this little gun. At 50ft, I had no problem keeping the rounds within a few inches of dead center without using the laser. But as others have said, it sure does a number on your wrist/hand.