Hi all, I've lurked here off and on over the years, and finally got myself a KT the other day. .380, green frame/blue slide. Cleaned/lubed took it to the range and put 95-100 rounds through it. My hand hurts! These things are pretty snappy, but fun. The back strap wore a hole in my skin on that bone in my thumb right below the web of my hand. Also, my fat finger kinda engaged the trigger at the bottom point so it was sticking the end of my finger some which was irritating after a while, but I'll get used to shooting this piece, and maybe make some improvements. Was accurate as I could make it, sights aren't much help, but I could keep an acceptably tight group gripping with both hands at 7 yards. One hand grip was alittle wild, and weak one handed was spray and pray ;D I did not clean, or lube the pistol through the 95+ round session(dunno if that was a mistake?), but only had 2 FTF. I'm pretty sure the first one was my fault for limp wristing since the snappiness was kind of surprising and I was getting fatigued. Both FTF's just took alittle encouragement on the back of the slide to complete chambering, the feed ramp is not polished at all, so I'm sure that would help. Overall I was very happy with the reliability the first time out. With all you hear about these little guns, I just didn't know what to expect... BTW I was shooting Mag Tech ball ammo, which is just fine for my purposes... I'm not concerned with loading exotic HP's, although I might try some just to see how it feeds. Anyhow, about the quality of the pistol, just a couplea a issues. When I first purchased it the mag would not lock unless I put pressure on the front of the floor plate. No engagement if pressure was on the rear and hit and miss if pressure was spread out over the entire floor plate. I noticed there was some flash left over from the frame that seemed to be interfering with the catch, so I trimmed it with an exacto and it now operates as it should. I dunno how long that plastic catch will function properly engaging the steel mag? Seems like a metal setup would be superior. My big beef is with the trigger. Mine is very gritty and not smooth at all. So with the anticipated snappy recoil, one and half finger grip hold, and useless sights, the herky-jerky, gritty, trigger doesn't do much for my accuracy. I did fire alotta rounds without cleaning and lubing it, so maybe some crap fouled the trigger some... I dunno. Do the triggers on these things age well and improve with use? Do you guys smooth them yourself at all? Overall I'm pleased with my purchase, these things are a bargain compared to all other firearms, and obviously by far the most comfortable carry piece in existence. Thanks for any info and comments you can share.