so I bought a Kel-Tec P11 last weekend and noticed immediately it did not like my Speer Gold Dot 115gr hollow points. They are a long round and the P11 has a fully supported barrel with a short, steep feed ramp. It would often lock up when manually loading and had a FTFeed in the 15 spare rounds I tested. Note, I'm cheap and only had 40 rounds (two boxes) to test and since I wanted to have enough for 12+1 with a spare magazine, I only shot my surplus ammo. It's not much but it's better than nothing if you ask me. I had also brought along 15 spare rounds of PMC Starfire 124gr hollow points though unsure how they would really perform out of a 3" barrel. the Starfires fed flawlessly despite my tired, hung over and malnourished (not to mention broken finger) shooting hand. They have a shorter OAL than the Gold Dots and a more rounded front. I do not have a chronograph nor was I at a range to test the favored 'milk jug test' but the fact that they actually cycled thru the gun was a major improvement to me has anyone else tried, tested or seen these rounds? They were cheap in comparison which was also a plus (and might allow for more testing) but besides that I don't know if they will actually perform as expected or just become the worlds most expensive FMJ defense round.