Hi, Today I again run the reloads through the chronograph with the new Taurus PT 92 and could draw some conclusions. a) Beretta 92 style pistols are more sensitive to overlubrication/overgrease that for example the SD9VE Glock style pistol. I followed the Suggestion of one poster here on THR and whiped off all the grease. Soon the pistol started to work more reliable. But not yet completely reliable with the reloads. b) I assume my reloads have a bit to less powder but These loads easily would have functioned reliably with the SD9VE. So the Beretta 92 type pistols are more sensitive to the correct ammo than an Glock type pistol. I loaded about 3.7 to 3.9 grain of VV N330 type powder into the 9mm Luger seated to an OAL of 1.050". This more or less is a reliable load in this Taurus PT 92. The SD9VE functioned reliably with 3.3 grain VV N330 loaded to 1.040" OAL (or even less). The load gave me an velocity of 923 fps which translates to 235 ft-lbs for an 124 grain lead bullet. The primers have a tendency to flatten. But when loaded to 1.057" OAL I get an velocity of about 840 fps and no flattened primers but the gun does not eject nor load another cartridge. I already figured I will put a bit more powder into the case in order to assure reliability. This load is about the power of an 38 spl and does not even reach the power Level of an 9mm Glisenti. c) grease is not an Option in this gun. But I had no Problem whatsoever using heavy grease in the SD9VE. That maybe due to the more contact Points this Taurus PT 92 has. This gun is indeed an tight fitting gun (no rattle whatsoever). Overall I find the Taurus PT 92 is not racking the slide as Slick as it did when I tried it at the LGS. I wonder why since it is oiled properly. Back then it was not oiled at all. The rubber O-Ring I put in as an Shok Buff (to recreate the effect of the Wilson Combat shok buff) at first I took out but then realised it was the grease what Has anyone observed similar issues and getting the slide less Slick in the Taurus PT 92 AFS pistols? I assume there is no break in period needed. Any suggestions and first hand observations/experiences are welcome.