My wife recently decided she needed a pocket pistol, so the other day we took a trip to the range with my Gen 1 P3AT, along with a loaned LCP and DB380 for her to try. During testing, we both experienced a bit of trigger slap from my P3AT each time a round was fired, causing a slight bit of pain in the trigger finger. If you've ever shot a Century AK, you'll know what I mean. Neither of the other two pistols exhibited this. It's been a few years since I've shot the Kel Tec, but I distinctly recall this happening from day one because my wife nicknamed it the "owie gun" after she shot the Kel Tec. For the pistol's intended purpose, the condition makes no difference to me, but to her it was a deal breaker. I'm curious if anyone else has had the same experience and if there is a remedy. During cleaning that evening, I found some minor gouging inside the barrel running the same direction of the rifling. It's hard to describe them without photos. I'm not sure where those marks came from, but I'm wondering how it's going to affect accuracy. Thoughts?