I'm a relative newcomer to firearms; I've been shooting for about two and a half years. Although I consider my primary carry gun to be the Glock 19, I am finding that I carry my Kahr P380 a lot due to its incredibly convenient size. However: 1. I am having trouble being accurate with this gun. I know that shooting these small, pocket pistols are much more difficult. Any tips on how to shoot it better? I am presuming that this is more my fault and not the gun. I usually end up shooting too low. Is this usually grip or stance problems? Maybe some trustworthy YouTube videos? (There are so many, I don't know which one to trust.) I practice shooting it at the range trying to make tight groupings at around 6 1/2 yards on paper targets. Maybe the target is too far away? Maybe this gun is made for 5 yards or less? I've already taken some lessons in handgun shooting and hope to take more in the future. But until then, any tips or advice would be appreciated. 2. The other problem I'm having is that this gun jams about 2-3 times every 50 rounds or so. Is this normal? Should I consider this an acceptable rate of a failure? (I'm guessing the answer is no.) I have both failure to eject and failure to extract. My guess is that I am limp wristing my shots at first but this still happens after consciously firming my wrist. Is this me causing this or bad ammo or possibly something wrong with my specific gun? I've shot close to a thousand shots through this gun and so it's been broken in already. This Kahr doesn't like metal or aluminum ammo. (Such as the Tulammo) And so I only feed it brass ammo; usually the lowest priced brass ammo at Cabelas or Walmart that I can find. (Usually Prvi Partizan also known as PPU in blue box, or Perfecta in the green and brown box). My carry ammo is HPR and so I shoot both the HPR hollow points and FMJ through this gun since I carry both types. I don't have either of these problems shooting my Glock 19, as these problems are unique to my Kahr. Sorry for the long post. Thanks to everyone in advance for all your answers.