I need a small gun that I am able to carry in the summer. The only new guns I have (92fs, Duty P-09, & 75b) are too large to get away with. The only compact handguns I have are a Para P12 and a Manurhin PP. I take both to the range often and they seem to do just fine there. Is there a general age range or round count that the gun won't become as reliable. The P12 was bought buy the previous buyer in 1995 and said he had well over 100k rounds through it. The PP's serial number puts it's manufacturing date between 1952-1953. I have no idea on the history but it is an amazing shooting gun and even with the risky rim locking 32 acp I've never had an issue with the few hundred rounds I've put through it. Should these continue to just be range guns and expect them to fail on me soon, or should they still have some street life left in them?