I get it now. They are addicting. I am already wanting one more in case I have to ever send this one in, etc. (insert any other pathetic excuse here) and will definitely eventually add one more to the stable. I took my lil buddy out tonight for the first time. I had planned to put a 100 though it. Ended up finding an excuse to buy another box at the range though and wound up shooting 144 total. First 100 were flawless. My bro had a stove pipe at 110-115 and I had another 2 mags later. No I am not upset about it. If I EVER had to shoot 100+ I am probably already dead or I am some geek walking around with a bandanna of loaded P3AT mags across my chest. HAHAHA!! All that said this gun is at least as fun or more fun then any other gun (for different reasons of course) I own or have owned to shoot. It is hilarious to see other people shoot it for the first time. My cousin gave it a go and after 3 rounds (didn’t even finish the magazine out!) set it down and declared that he did not like it. LOL! I was the same way when my brother introduced me to one the first time. Once I learned how to hold the sucker right I fell in love!! For some reason I do definitely shoot better one handed. Which is fine because it is probably how it will be employed (see deployed for all you that are into the new tacticool buzzword of the month). I had planned to maybe get some accessories for it, but I love the stock profile and was surprised that I hung onto it extremely well in stock configuration. It managed to unseat itself from my Vulcan neck pinch grip only once in over a hundred shots tonight, so no issues there. Anyhow it will be getting a thorough cleaning and another “100” or so in a couple weeks. So far I am absolutely LOVING my P3AT. So small light and well made. P.S. after loading and shooting the P3 most of the night my Glock mags seemed like beer can big when I picked them up, HAHAHA!