I burned a couple of magazines through the P3AT and had no issues with the 9 round magazine, but some with the 6 round magazine. I've made the determination that this gun needs to be run relatively "wet". While that doesn't make me super happy, I think I have a solution. We will see. If not, it's going on the auction block.
I had removed the red dot sight from my AR for hunting season and slapped my scope in the quick detach rings on it. It turns out I didn't really need it, but I had to put the red dot back on and I wanted to make sure it was still on. The good news is that it hit real close, but was a tad low. I adjusted for that and we're back in business.
I let Mrs. 45er do some work with it:
Then I did a few reps of multiple target acquisition and mag change stuff. I also had an unintentional failure drill. It went click when it should have gone bang. I was happy that I went straight to the bolt and cycled it out, finishing the exercise. It's always nice to know that you revert to training when you don't know it's coming. What did I find that caused it, you ask?
As it got later, I did some laser sight training with Mrs. 45er and had a little fun with that. All in all a good range day. Then again, short of shooting yourself, when is range time not good?