I've had my P3AT now for about 10 months or so. I bought it originally for CCW. I do like the extreme lightness and thin profile for pocket carrying. This pistol is easy to clean and maintain as well. I also bought a couple of pinkie extensions for the mags so the thing fits my hand better. I've been to the range with it a few times now and run a few boxes of decent PMC ammo through it. My Kel-Tec seems plagued with FTE's or stovepipes. Now it is happening about every fifth round or so. I've struggled with keeping the gun controlled against the recoil in order for the casing to fully extract and eject, but nothing is working. Additionally I seem to be getting some feed problems, but that just may be related to the extraction issues. I keep the gun very clean and lubed, so it isn't a dirt issue. I've heard someone else mention a fluff/buff, but I don't have any idea what that entails. So far I'm not real happy with this pistol. I wanted to like it a lot, but this thing is just too hard to like with all of its attendant problems. I finally ended up buying a new SR9c for CCW from Ruger, which behaves perfectly, and now the poor Kel-Tec spends all of its time on a shelf. I'm still interested enough in my little .380 to try and find out what is wrong with it. I stopped by here to see if any of you might offer some advice on how to make this gun work correctly or if I should buy some aftermarket part (extractor maybe?) for it. Thanks in advance for any help you may give.