I just bought a little Kel-Tek P-11 today as the price was too good to pass up. At $125 out the door for one that looked like it was never fired I tihink I did all right. Despite their low price tag, these guns are fairly durable, I have a KT P-40 which has a thousand rounds or so through it to date with only a single mishap, a round failed to fire but a second pull on the trigger set it off. This may not be a lot of rounds in a gun but for something in the $200 range, it has held up very well. Now I have a cheaper practice gun than the 40. I figure the cost of the gun should be paid back by the time I finish the break in/reliability period. Those looking for an inexpensive carry gun, I urge you to take a look at Kel-Tek. They are not pretty, nor do they have many bells and whistles but for an easy to carry and conceal weapon they are hard to beat.