My P380 required two trips to the mothership because of failures to feed, eject and stovepipes. The first trip, they could not find a problem. I did not clean it prior to sending it back the second time. They verified problems and replaced the barrel. Malfunctions decreased but persisted after 1000+ rounds. Finally, in desperation, I used a felt tip dremel pad and Flitz to polish the feedramp, throat and chamber. As per Kraigster's advice, I lightly sanded and polished the rails and the top of the polymer frame. I also polished all interior surfaces and used more T25B grease and Eezox than usual. This is the kind of fluff and buff I would expect to be necessary on a Keltec but not on a Kahr. I went to the range with fear and trepidation that I'd wrecked the gun. The action was amazingly smoother. It ripped through 125 rounds of Hornady hollowpoints. I think this is sufficient to pronounce it ready for carry. In your experience, do Kahrs require more lubrication than other autos? Your thoughts?