Well, I love my PM9. I had a few problems with it failing to return to battery due to premature slide lock when I was breaking it in. I'm not really sure if the problem was my thumb hitting slide stop or if the problem was w/ the gun itself, but the last couple hundred rounds have been great. I love, love, love the feel and accuracy of the PM9. I love it so much that I decided to get a P380. Well... ... off to a bad start. When I first got the gun I cleaned and lubed it, then manually racked the slide back and forth about 300 times to start the break in. Today was range day and I was excited. 1st round, slide locked back. 2nd round, slide locked back. 3rd round, slide locked back. It got better from there, but was still having premature lock about 5-10% of the time. Layed some round rounds through it and it's seemed to maintain about 5% the shots locking open w/ another round in the mag after 200 rounds. Way too much IMO. I am 100% certain that it's not my thumb hitting the slide stop. I was very cautious of this and was way under the stop, there was absolutely no way I was hitting it but I kept having the problem. Should I keep shooting or try some sort of repair? I must say that this is really frustrating for a gun nearly twice the cost of an LCP. It's even more frustrating that it's a rather common problem and it seems it's OK w/ Kahr to not address a known problem. Any suggestions?