The groups will get tighter as you get used to the gun. They are nice shooters. My problem is old eyes, but even with that, I was getting a dollar sized ragged hole at 25 yards once I figured out my cheek weld and shoulder position.
At one time the P32 and P3AT were considered shot out at around 6,000 rounds. They are teeny tiny very lightweight concealed carry pistols, and should NEVER reach 6,000 rounds fired in their lifetimes. This should be logically obvious to anybody who owns one. I know my 10+ year old P3AT probably has less than 1,000 rounds through it. I shoot MAYBE 100 rounds a year out of it. Enough to periodically confirm function and hit what I'm aiming at.The only thing that concerns me is "high" round count I believe it used to say the su-16 barrel was only good to 3k rounds to me that is unacceptable (apologize in Advance if I got the number wrong)