My girlfriend and I took our P3 AT's to the range for break in. After firing 200 - 250 rounds of 3 different types of ammo, both pistols are curently at Kel Tec for the next 7 - 8 weeks for them to decide how to fix the jamming problems. Both pistols jammed literally every single mag full. We would never trust these pistols as a CCW and one of us is a LEO.
Guess I'll just wait it out and see what the factory comes up with as a solution. One is a parkerized finish (which had to be refinished right out of the box), one is hard chrome. My guess is both of these pistols will be up for sale once I get them back.
Origianally liked the idea of a pocket pistol but now we own two paperweights unless Kel Tec can straighten them out.
Not impressed at all, in the absence of these two "problems", I picked myself up a Glock 23 Gen 4 and am awaiting some Trijicon night sights.