My P3AT is my first, and so far only handgun. My dad had had a few fullsized autos and a revolver or two that I've shot alot over the years, but the keltec is my first experience with guns in its size range. Checked out several at the store, after hearing of the magazine release issues during looking into the guns I decided to check the releases and found of the three the store had, two of them had an excessivly sensitive release button. After finding a good solid mag release, I settled on the one I bought. I did do a minor fluff and buff before shooting. I polished the feed ramp, and did a little light work on where the rail slides across the hammer, and took off a few sharp edges on the grip. I expected some jams in the first few shots, but suprizingly in the 200 or so rounds through the gun so far, I only recall one FTE, which I am pretty sure was from limpwristing. From the start I was amazed at the accuracy of the gun. I was very suprized with the groups i was able to get even out of the first couple shots. I usually cant shoot very well with our stubnose hammerless revolver. I figured the DA triggers and short sight radius in common would mean similar accuracywith the two, but not even close. Alot of people talk about guns like these being painful to shoot, but personally I dont find it to be that uncomfortable. Upgrade wise the first thing I did, after my first time shooting it was paint the sights. The sights on these guns are sad, but a little orange model car paint with a white dot in the center (on all three sight posts) has done wonders. I have sense went back and did a little more work on the internal polishing, after shooting enough to see the wear marks on the parts to see what was rough etc. Today I got a hogue handall jr and the keltec grip extension. I have both installed, but sadly it was dark before I got home so I wont get to shoot it until tomorrow. I'm already pretty sure the extension will need some work though. The hooked part on the bottom bugs me and I think I will probably cut it off at the bottom of the checkerboard part, making it more similar to the bursa extension. I'm pretty sure I saw a picture from someone on the board that had cut and ground down a keltec extension to make it a little more managable, andy help with a link to that would be great. I'll be sure to post my opinions of the new upgrades and pictures of all after I shoot tomorrow.