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Constantly fails to extract the spent casings, several rounds per magazine. I went through the 250rd break-in with no progress. I had the extractor screw tight, I used the ammo it's supposed to like, used two different magazines, problem couldn't even possibly be related to "limpwristing", and basically I had every excuse covered that people on The KTOG forum can throw at you. The new extractor didn't help, and then the gun catastrophically failed. The slide didn't cycle when the gun was fired and became (loosely) locked forward. There was also a rattle inside the gun.
A few week factory visit later and I got it back. It still suffered the same failing to extract empty casings. It's now back at the factory, waiting to be worked on for a few more weeks. If it's still not fixed, I'll beg for Buds or KT to just swap it for another. But I've sort of written this gun off as a daily carry.
The types of problems these guns have make them seem a lot more like ghetto franken-guns.
The pros are that Buds has the best price around. Also, the size, weight, and controls makes them perfect for carry. Their accuracy is surprisingly good when using all your fundamentals, but anything faster and accuracy suffers exponentially more than a full framed pistol.