I finally sold my FEG .32 ACP at a swap meet yesterday. Since that was my carry gun, I needed to replace it. I had looked at some .357 and .38 wheel guns and a few smaller autos. I decided to get the PF-9 since I already have 9mm (G17) and I figure it's a better round for self defense than a .32 ACP. I bought a box of Monarch brass-cased 9mm FMJ and a box of Hornady 147 grain TAP rounds. The gun ran great out of the box with no issues, even on the long and heavy TAP rounds. I managed to hit some clays I set on a backstop 20 yards away a few times, so I think it's accurate enough for a carry. The 115 grain Monarch had some noticable recoil, but that 147 grain stuff was fairly rediculous. It looks like it would hurt though. I'll post pictures as soon as I can, my father has borrowed my camera for a project he is working on.