Kahr handguns are built to very tight tolerances. They are "tighter" new than most handguns. The break-in is needed by some Kahr's (and recommended by the manufacturer for all). If you did your research and due diligence you would know this prior to purchase. Your frustration is understandable but Kakr will fix and issue you have with the pistol and you will end up with a reliable superb small handgun. Clean it thoroughly and run some more ammo through it and after 200 rounds if its still giving trouble send it back to Kahr to be repaired or replaced.