I got my new chrome P3AT just over a week ago and fired it for the first time last Saturday at the handgun carry safety class. We only shot 50 rounds. I used Remington FMJ and had about 1 fail to feed out of every mag. I thought that maybe I was limpwristing or something seeing as I am a new to this small of a gun. That and I didn't seem to have a really good grip using the pinky extension. Today I went to the range. Seeing the suggestions here to try different brands of ammo, I took another box of Remington FMJ, a box of AE FMJ, a box of Winchester FMJ, and a 25 pack of Hydrashocks. I got in my +1 extension and removed the pinky extension. The +1 extension is a gem for me. It makes this gun so much easier and manageable. When I shot the first day last weekend, I was really hurting after 50 rounds. I went through about 145 rounds today and I'm only a bit sore. The range only had a 25 yard target. Trying to get my new Armalaser adjusted for that distance was a nightmare It would look fine with the sights from about 25ft, but at 75ft, it was way off. Every time I tried to adjust either the elevation or windage, it would knock the other adjustment off. They simply wouldn't adjust separately, and it took me about 30 minutes messing with them to finally get it to stay put lined up with the sights. As for ammo, making sure my stance is good and I'm holding the gun correctly, I first shot with the Remington. I couldn't even get 2 bullets out at a time without an FTF jam. It was such an aggravation that I gave up after 20 rounds and figured I'd change ammo. I next shot the Winchester FMJ. All 50 rounds, 7 in the mag, slow or rapid fire, and not one single FTF. The gun fired completely smooth. I then went to AE FMJ. I got an FTF about 1 or maybe 2 a mag. I shot the entire box like this and it was the same all the way through. I then shot the Hydrashocks. I got about the same 1 or 2 FTF per mag. I then went back and tried another 7 Remingtons, and they still wouldn't feed right. I realize this gun isn't quite broken in yet, but it seems very odd that Winchester shot flawlessly, but the rest all had some FTF issues, with the Remington being all but unfeedable. I've done the fluff and buff, and polished the feed ramp a bit more after the first shoot in the safety class. The gun is lubed per the goldenloki guide, grease and all.