Sometime ago I was curious about the small flat 380 pistols and purchased a Diamondback 380. After all it looked like a "Baby Glock", but I found out it is no Glock! All manner a malfunctions became the norm for the pistol. Some said it needed to be broken in with more rounds and others thought that I must be "limp wristing" the gun and needed to hold it tighter and lock my wrist. The jams continued and finally at the 200 mark, the trigger bar just snapped and it was sent back to the Diamondback factory. I was issued a brand new, recent production DB380 with all the new improvements. Next trip to the range the jams surfaced again with the new DB380. When I brought up the issue during a trip to the gun store where I was looking at Kel Tec 380's, the specter of the "limp wrist" surfaced again. This limp wrist explanation seems to be popular theory when guns jam. Today I took my spanking new KEL TEC 3AT 380acp down to the range and shot 75 flawless rounds. I found the 3AT very easy to shoot and 100% reliable with mixed ball ammo and Speer Gold Dots. It was very accurate for a little gun and I could very easily hit a 9" paper plate at 20 yards. No special hold was necessary. The sights are fine for a little pistol like this, but I really like that it works flawlessly. Given the superb customer service and high skill level of the gunsmiths at Kel Tec, the 3AT seems to be top of the heap. It appears with a few more boxes of ammo I will have found in the Kel Tec 3AT a small micro 380 reliable enough for pocket carry. Now, when I go to sell the Diamondback, I will tell the store where I got it that it must be my limp wrist or it needs more ammo to break in. I don't think that I will keep something that I just don't trust.