Since I can't find any ammo that I can afford to burn up to finish breaking in my new P3AT I am reloading the fired brass with lead bullets which are the only type of .380-specific bullets I can find on the net or at any LGS. However, I am having a problem with the reloads that I didn't have when I was using up my small amount of factory ammo, which is that in almost every 6 round magazine one cartridge will fail to fully chamber leaving the slide about 1/8" from lockup and the case is jammed so tight in the chamber that I have to put the front edge of the slide on the edge of a table top and push on the grip to break the cartridge case loose from the chamber and retract the slide. I have measured the case diameter of the reloaded cases at several points between the case rim and the case mouth with an electronic micrometer and the stuck cases are re-sized to exactly the same diameter as the few Federal factory loaded rounds I have left. Have any of you P3AT owners had a similar problem with reloaded ammo, or any ideas about what could be causing the reloaded cases to jam in the chamber? Other than the sticking cases in about 1/2 or more of the 6 round magazines I fired, the reloaded ammo performs perfectly and is more accurate than I can shoot the tiny gun with it's poor excuse for sights. I hope to get better with practice at hitting where I'm looking with the little gun, but at this point I am lucky to keep six shots on an 8" x 16" cedar shingle at 15 yards firing offhand holding the gun in a 2-hand grip in a Modified Weaver standing position. Of course the expectation on every shot that the slide may stick partially open on a jammed cartridge case doesn't do anything to inspire confidence when I'm squeezing the trigger through it's looong travel to the breaking point. Overall I'm still happy with my little friend, but it would sure be nice to get off a couple of 50 round trays of my reloaded ammo in rapid fire mode without being stopped cold by a loaded case stuck in the chamber.