Hi everyone, I just (re-)joined the forum yesterday - I was an early adopter of the P-11 (stainless, to date myself) and an early KTOG member, but that was a long time ago! That account no longer exists, so here's my shiny new one. I picked up a really nice, early (SN 0031xx) First Generation P3AT a few days ago. The blued slide finish is almost entirely worn off from carry in a pocket holster - shocking, I know - but the aluminum frame shows barely any wear (save for on the mating surfaces with the slide). The previous owner put about 400 rounds through it, with no problems after the first 100. The barrel assembly is incredibly well polished, which my friend says was the case when he bought it new in box, and during my inspection of the piece I found that the internals were essentially pristine, with no tell-tale fluff-and-buff evidence. That said, I am a little concerned because my usual routine upon purchase of a new firearm is stocking up on critical spare parts, and the fact that this is a first gen makes me suspect that some of the components that have changed entirely during the upgrades (or changes to simplify manufacture) are not going to be available any longer. I want to refinish the slide and have a tritium or fiber optic front sight installed/bonded on due to the non-existent sights, but I don't want to go down this route if Kel-Tec doesn't have parts for this generation anymore. Reading through KTOG and seeing many people have this experience makes me suspect that it's my destiny. Has anyone else had this experience? If I call Kel-Tec and tell them that I bought a first gen gun second hand, are they most likely going to tell me to just send it in, or only if I have a problem? Thanks!