Ok so I think I have a problem. I bought a KelTec PF9 about a week ago. It is brand new in box. Took it to the range today to break it in with 100 rounds. When I first got it I broke it down and just gave it a quick scrub and oil and noticed that the barrel looked really gritty. It wasn't smooth like every other gun I own. That's where my first question comes in. Has anyone else had a PF9 barrel look like that? I though it was corrosion but the cleaning patches didn't come out with any color in them like I've seen in corroded barrels before. And when i hit it with a bore brush none of the "grit" seemed to come out. Then another issue came up. After the first mag I popped it out to reload and noticed the right front corner of the follower chipped! Now I read that the PF9 followers have some issues because they're so soft but didn't expect a problem after one mag! And on to the final and what I feel is the biggest problem. I was using federal 115 grain FMJ and after about 28 rounds I checked my target and noticed quite a few rounds seemed to keyhole. This happened regularly through all 100 rounds. I'm not sure of that has to do with the "gritty" texture in the barrel or if it was the ammo as I didnt have any other ammo to check. I just cleaned the PF9 very well paying extra attention to the barrel and the gritty texture is still there. I tried to get a picture as an example and took a picture of my freshly cleaned G19 barrel to compare. Im not sure the quality of the pics but I think the difference is visible. I will be calling KelTec tomorrow to see what they plan to do about the issues mentioned but if any of you have had any or all of these problems please let me know what you did.