Well, if anyone remembers, I bought a used P3-AT that had about 500rds though it. My first range trip went okay but not great. It liked some ammo and would not eject others. I was happy with this as I just wanted a gun that would shoot. When I got the gun, it had been broken in and came with lots of new spare parts like ejectors and springs and whatnot. I didn't replace any parts but I did another F&B. The first owner did one F&B but I decided to do another on top of his. Mine was better and really helped my gun out. I had no FTE expect one when I was firing some crappy Wolf ammo that I would never carry. I just wanted to try as many types of ammo as I could. Wolf is not really a ammo I would even consider to be a test because the ammo is often the problem and not the gun. Also, it was at the end of my range session and the gun was getting pretty dirty. It was a simple FTE and I don't hold it against the gun. I shot about 120rds of various ammo, sometimes in the same mag. So, I am much happier with my P3-AT now but still do not consider it totally reliable. I will carry my S&W model 38-2 or my Glock 26 whenever I can but when I can't. the KT is better than nothing. Now that I feel it will work as long as I keep it clean and feed it ammo that it like and don't limp wrist it, I think it will work for me. I don't think limp wristing would be a problem if I had to shoot someone out of self defense. I would probably be pretty stressed and hold the gun very stiff.