Would you pronounce your new car flawless when you haven't even had it long enough to need an oil change?
Would you get married to someone after the first date?
Well why the hell do I keep reading how flawless people guns are when they have barely shot the, let alone carried them, practiced with them or learned how to use them for their intended use?
I'll tell you why - because people have an absurd emotional investment in their new gun, and somehow need to convince...someone (themselves or others) they have picked up the greatest handgun on the planet.
Your gun is not flawless because you shot it 10, 100 or 1,000 times without a failure, problem or other assorted issue.
You gun is merely new, and for the most part, has not even reached the point at which it needs a new recoil spring, lube or cleaning.
Issues at low round counts DO mean problems...
However, no issues at low round counts only mean problems haven't had time to develop yet.
A modern pistol with 1K rounds through it is still effectively a new gun.
To determine if your weapon is actually the uber-death-blaster you really believe it is, you have to shoot it, and shoot it hard.
Don't baby it, use it!
If you are willing to do the work...Then brag on your iron.
Till then...you may as well be marrying someone you don't even know.