PLEASE READ BEFORE VOTING... If you do not own a PMR, please select the last option and you will be able to see the results of this poll. If you do own a PMR, please vote only one time unless you have had a ruptured case. If you experienced a ruptured case, vote for that selection, plus the option that describes the general performance of your PMR without regard to the case failure. If you returned your PMR-30 for warranty service, select one of those options. A generalization about pistols and Kel-tecs specifically, is that they often perform better after a breakin period. If your gun was a little rough during the first 100 - 200 rounds, but improved after breakin, please rate it's post breakin performance. We also know that rimfire semi-autos in general, and the PMR specifically, are often ammo selective. If you found the gun didn't like some particular ammo, and later found ammo that it does like, please rate your gun based upon ammo that you have determined to perform well in your gun. I'd like to weed out these two easily overcome variables, and give the readers an idea of what they might expect from a PMR once it is in "regular rotation." A word about Polls: Polling is a science and the tools we have to work with here at KTOG are not the best. However, we should be able to get some useful information. Don't get hung up on the names assigned to each category. For example, perhaps you do not consider 97% to be excellent. Those are just words - go with the percentages. To get in a reasonable number of choices without a rediculous number of voting options, I grouped them in intervals of 4 percentage points. Keeping the intervals all the same (histogram) is the only way to get fair information. However, with yabb polling capability, I cannot go all the way to zero reliability, which would be the only totally fair representation of the data. Therefore, please undertand that the interval for "Poor" is comparitlively huge with an interval of 85. Statistically, that giant interval size should automatically cause that option to be highly selected. Keep in mind that you do not know if a vote there represents 85%, or 0%, or something in between. Again, we do not have the tools here for absolute perfection and I think we can all agree that 15 failures per hundred is certainly not acceptable. By iliminating the 2nd choice (after warranty service) under each rating , I could have included more intervals and therefore achieved more accurate data, but knowlege of whether factory service resulted in a particular rating is also desirable. It is a compromise. Finally, a poll such as this cannot obtain nuances of data. If you own a PMR and vote in this poll, please take the time to make a reply and to elaborate on your experiences with your gun. P.S. I was pretty critical of a similar poll that has since been taken down. As penance, I have assigned myself to contruct this poll. With the tools available here, polling certain data (like this) is not easy to do well. If you take exception with the perameters of this instrument and wish to complain, criticize or condemn, take your best shot. I'm sure I have it coming.