I concur 100 percent.

Again, I am by no means a gunsmith, but I know each handgun I've done this with intimately. I have had each of them torndown at least 20 times, and I have studied the mechanics of each extensively. Only then am I comfortable altering a gun in any way.

Fluff and buffs are extremely common with kel-tecs in part because they are pretty "rough" from the factory. A kahr on the other hand goes through much more polishing before it is put in the box and shipped. My 2 cents...my oppinion is worth what you paid for it.