Well, I kept saying I'd go to the range and test out my first handgun. Here's the results! Out of 50 rounds: 3 FTF (Failure to FEED) 1 FTE (Failure to EXTRACT) Sidenote here: This may have been operator error... 46 No problem fires. Now it's review time. This being my first handgun outside of an Army Issue Beretta M92FS (M-9 for us!) and the first time I've EVER fired a handgun... I'm very comfortable and impressed by the results. The other user reviews and info helped me a lot to prepare for my first range day. This is definitely a great conceal carry gun, and it's a lot of fun to shoot. I have no accessories on this pistol, and after my first day, I would go so far as to say the only accessory that it NEEDS would be a slip-on grip. This is due to the fact that the P3AT seems to jump out of your hand a bit, and I have a VERY strong grip. Gloves may counter-act this, but in a conceal-carry/defense use, you're not going to have time to slip on your gloves. The recoil is a little stronger than I expected, but very fun and not at all unmanageable. Accuracy was spot-on at 20-25 feet (sorry, no measurements at my local range). Results are below: Here's my grouping for my 3rd set of 14 rounds at 20-25 feet: Not bad, considering this is my FIRST TIME shooting a pistol, EVER. If you are interested in buying one of these fine weapons, as I was a couple weeks ago, I highly recommend the Kel-Tec P3-AT. P.S.: I was using a P3-AT .380 with steel barrel, flat black finish, and Remington FMJ UMC 95gr Leadless ammunition.