Tried out some new ammo in the P3AT today to see how it would work. I picked up a couple boxes of "American Ammo" (Made in Miami) at the last gun show. This stuff was cheap for .380, only $7 bucks a box. 95 gr, FMJ. It worked good, with one ejection failure where the brass got stuck horizontally, (not a stove pipe) and I'd never seen that happen before. The next round didn't fully feed up the ramp, but it was close. Anyway, it cleared easily enough, and ran good from then on. Shot some of my carry ammo, Remington Golden Saber, which feeds beautifully, is very accurate and makes a nice symmetrical hole in the target. The P3AT is a little beast to shoot, though. My trigger finger is throbbing after about 12 rounds from this gun. It is definately a shoot little, and carry a lot gun. Couple of mags each trip to the range just to check function and keep ammo rotated. Love the new PT145, but still nothing beats the P3AT for BUG pocket carry.