These little guns aren't meant to be range toys buy I shoot my Kel-tec pocket guns a lot. I put at least a box through my P32 or P3AT at each range trip. When you shoot a gun a lot, you really get to know it and have a feel for it. Anyway, during my last range trip I put about 60 rounds through my P32. All rounds cycled and fired fine, but twice during the session my trigger broke just a little farther back than usual. It wasn't much, and someone not familiar with the gun probably wouldn't have noticed. But it took just a hair more rearward motion to fire the gun. It happened randomly and a few rounds apart. The session was perfect otherwise - just those two rounds. I know we have some brilliant gun guys here with lots of knowledge. Could it have been some fuzz or something randomly found its way into parts of the firing mechanisms mid-session, or is some part starting to age and is need of replacement? I'd like to ward off any upcoming problem with preemptive effort but I'd also like to avoid worrying unnecessarily. I bought this gun "gently used" and have put about 500 rounds through it.