I got to try out a nearly brand new one. The guy said it kept jamming. Being a kel tec I didn't know what to expect. The gun weighs nothing, it feels like a toy. Loading it up with 30 rounds doesn't add much more. The trigger is pretty nice, a little bit of take up to let you know its there but no dragging before it broke. Factory specs say its set a 5lb, its the lightest 5lb factory trigger I have ever seen. I figured it was just new gun syndrome. I pretty much hand fed the first 2 magazines through it. 2 more mags had cleared up most of the failure to feed and failure to eject problems. Oiled it down with some CLP and that helped even more. Then the trigger started sticking as in I had to get my thumb behind the trigger and pop it forward. I took it apart and see where its hanging up, about 5 seconds with a dermal tool should fix it. Sticking a piece of duct tape behind the trigger fixed it as a temp fix and confirmed where the problem is. After about 150 rounds I was able to do 2 insane mag dumps through it with out any problem. Any feeding problems from then on were almost all when the mag was really full. So loading it nam style and putting 4 or 5 less rounds in the mag should prevent most of the feeding problems. Leaving the mags fully loaded for a few weeks may break in the spring so it feeds all 30 with out any problems. For me the lighter weight bullets shot tighter groups. Standard 40gr Winchester were the worst, 30 and 35gr CCI were noticeably better. Your results may vary. 30gr made the best muzzle flash. Recoil is very low. The gun does not come with any tools for further break down or sight adjustment. You will need a 0.050'' allen wrench to adjust the sight. This is the only time I have ever used a 0.050'' allen wrench. Only the front sight is adjustable. To take apart the rest of the gun beyond basic take down you will need a 3/32 and 5/64 allen wrench. I think I want one. I better start buying ammo now! If you are unfamiliar with 22 mag pistol they make a decent muzzle blast. Its not obviously a rim fire like a 22LR would be. It looks and sounds like a center fire round. Some people may be annoyed by the heal clip mag catch. I don't mind too much because small guns like a small backup pistol might use this type of mag release system. But this gun holds 25 to 30 rounds so mag changes are not as big of a deal, fast mag changes are more important on pistols that hold 7 or 8 rounds. The only thing I didn't like about it was the lack of a last round hold open.