I wouldn't accept a FREE one.
Not the way that thing looked in the case at the gun shop.
The other day, I saw a Kel-Tec P3AT when I was browsing the case at a gun shop. I didn't ask to handle or examine it, I just happened to see it and said to myself, "Oh, this is that gun people are always talking about on CC.com."
The one I saw had a green frame. The thing looked so horribly manufactured that I truly would be worried for my safety if I were to fire it. It really looked like a poorly manufactured cheap Chinese toy. Wherever there was a seam of plastic, there was that plastic scrappy fringe hanging off of it. Even the diamond checkering on the grip was sort of flattened a bit in one spot, indicating that the plastic is soft and junky.
I don't make a habit of denigrating guns; there's a lot of personal taste involved in what people choose, based on what appeals to them for a whole assortment of reasons. But this P3AT, I just can't see why it would appeal to anyone. They sure ain't doing it for the aesthetics. But beyond that, it doesn't seem possible that they're doing it because it's a well-made, quality gun . . .
If you have one, what drew you to the point where you spent money on it? Would you bet your life on it? Do you?