My wife and I went out shooting: First we fired Herter's: 91 grain, steel case (Russia's Revenge). - FTE's like 40% of the time - Jammed her gun so bad I thought I was gonna have to take it to a gun smith. A live round got jammed so bad, I had to beat the barrel out the slide, then pry the round out with a knife. Hammer was kind stuck down too. Yikes. Got it put back together. We abandoned the Herter's after it nearly drove me to profanity. Switched to Lellier and Bellot (92gr): - Collectively we blew through a box (50rds) of those. - Did better but I still had quite a few FTE's. I was getting frustrated at this point. Then my wife suggested I kinda smack my magazine after loading it - patting it down and back against my hand. Hard to explain, but a buddy showed her that trick to help seat the rounds in the magazine. Seemed to help her have fewer FTE's. So, I did that THEN... We switched to PPU 94gr (Serbian stuff). At this point we were nearly done after fighting with the other stuff, but we collectively blew through about half a box. - MUCH smoother - No FTE'S (granted, we only shot a couple mag's of it). As usual, ANY suggestions, feedback are much appreciated. This is only the second time we've been out with these two P3AT's (serial #'s start with KRU## so I think they're fairly new).