A couple of ya'll asked me to post a review after I fired the thing today - so here it is...
Fired 80 rounds of ammo thru it - 2 different kinds. Winchester White Box FMJ (purchased at Wal-Mart) and Fiochi (bought at the range, and actually $2 cheaper than Wal-Mart).
All rounds went thru with no issues - no jams of any kind. I saved a few rounds from each brand for carry ammo - I plan to keep FMJ in the gun for penetration. Probably, I will carry the Fiochi. The Winchester worked fine, but while it is FMJ, it has a flat nose. This makes the round a little shorter - like a hollow point. Since I don't wanna worry about rimlock in the future, I'll stick with a regular shaped FMJ.
I had shot about 150 rounds of 9mm thru my P99 and Glock 34 prior to shooting the Keltec. So, for the first 2-3 mags, I REALLY had to adjust to the trigger and its breaking point. I know where the breaking point is on the other 2 guns, and I just run the trigger to that part and then stop before I do the final firing. This took me a while to figure out the DAO trigger.
Gun did well. I tried it at 5 ft, 10 ft and 15ft. Dead on at 5 ft. 10 feet is about 2 inches high and to the right. At 15 feet, I had mixed results. Remember, I was using 8.5X11 standard sheets of paper for targets, though. So, it is a small target (like the ones we use for the postal matches here on the website).
I didn't buy the gun for long distance shooting, though. Face it - it is a weapon of last resort - or for when U just can't conceal anything else. WHen I get used to the trigger, I may get a bit more accurate w/ it at longer distances - but it is essentially something U would use if you and your attacker were in the same room together.
The range I go to is a dark, indoor range. I am SO, SO glad I painted the front sight white last night. I would have sucked horribly if not for that. I may or may not paint the rear sight - but if I do, I need a different color to contrast (I won't be able to do dots; I'd have to paint the entire rear blade)
Anyway - I give the gun a thumbs up for what it is. I'll fire it periodically to keep in practice. And now, I think I will buy an extra mag or 2. I didn't wanna spend anymore money on it until I knew if it was fine. I think I still am happy w/ my choice of 32 over 380. My hand wasn't really sore until the end of 80 rounds, and that was after shooting 150 rounds of 9mm before it. I think the 380 would make the gun a bit more uncomfortable.
So, for U guys thinking of buying one - go ahead :)