i got several kel tec guns. what i have found is you can either get a good one that takes no work to make it shoot, or you can get junk that you got to work on. they are not glocks. but the price tells you that. kel tec will sent you free parts to fix any problem. they will fix the gun free at the factory, that is if you bought the gun new and have the papers showing that fact. if not it is $40.00 to work on gun. out of my kel tec guns; two p11 work right out of the box; p40 the same as the p11's; p3at was junk, took me months to make it shoot. now the gun is 100%; pf9 is bigger junk. been working on this gun for several months. just about replace every part on the gun except the frame. this weekend i all most had it at 100%. shot 50 rounds with no problems, then placed the gun on the table and the assembly pin fell out. sometime during the 50 rounds the head of the assembly broke off. looks like another call the kel tec for the part. but if you are looking for a light weight gun and can do some basic gun smithing, then i would get the kel tec. the price is not bad for a new one, the used price as gone down with the change at kel tec for repair work. that is what i have seen in my area.