I have been reading a lot about carry/ mouse guns and there seems to be a consensus that they have a short life span. I read (forgive my forgetfulness or I would have posted links) that the P3AT had a 2k round lifespan and the Kahr PM9 was 5-6k rounds. With a 200 round break-in on the P3AT, thats 10% of its life w/ little useful practice. I want a gun that I can practice w/ a lot if I'm betting my life on it. Are these assertions true?
BTW how many P3AT (and PF9) owners have to "fluff and buff" their gun before they work correctly? How much of a pain in the butt was it to do? Just wondering if I should look elsewhere then Kel-tec.