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First test of Tomcat using Remington 32ACP, 71 Grain and PRVI Partizan 32ACP, FMJ. Went thru 4 magazines of each manufacturer and no hiccups, mild recoil and fairly accurate at 7 yards. Some of my magazine shots had grouping of under 2 inches which I consider excellent considering I've never shot such a small handgun. I understand from other gun board commentaries that a number of people have experienced cracks in the frame and problems with the slide prior to shooting 100 rounds. Some say they only used the recommended ammo and still developed problems. So I'll give another report on my experiences after shooting the next 60 or so rounds. I always clean all my weapons after each trip to the gun range, so problems due to excess dirt and grime build-up should not be an issue. I also shot my main weapons which are an HK P30 - 9MM, a Glock 26 Subcompact- 9MM, and a Smith and Wesson 357 Magnum- 2 1/8 inch barrel. Naturally they handled better than the Tomcat and at 7 yards I can hit groupings right in the bullseye BUT I was pleasantly surprised that I shot almost as well with this Tomcat. Now we have to see if the gun will hold up.